In addition to serving internationally, the iHelp Foundation serves in Cache Valley, Utah. We have several ongoing projects that help support members of our local community.
MEDICAL CLINIC AND DENTAL CARE
In collaboration with Cache Refugee and Immigrant Connection (CRIC) and Citizens Against Physical and Sexual Abuse (CAPSA), we are dedicated to providing free medical and dental care services to vulnerable or in-need community members.
Our commitment takes shape through a monthly medical clinic and by working with local medical and dental providers to coordinate access to medical and dental care on an ongoing basis. We often see refugees and immigrants from all around the world, including Burma, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Sudan, Somalia, Angola, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Guatemala, Philippines, Thailand, Iraq, Afghanistan, Kenya, Haiti, Syria, Cote D'Ivoire, Ukraine, and various Latin America countries.
As a medical provider, you can make a meaningful impact by volunteering to staff our monthly clinic or by collaborating with us to accommodate in-need patients within your schedule. Dental providers interested in volunteering are invited to work with us to fit in-need patients into your schedule.
Beyond medical and dental professionals, we welcome the involvement of pre-health students, medical students, and community members fluent in a second language. Your unique skills and dedication can play a vital role in enhancing the care and support we provide to those who need it most here in Cache Valley.
The iHelp Foundation is committed to serving all those who stand in need. We have an engaged team of volunteers who are always ready to lend a hand to help lift our local community. We have participated in various service projects across Cache Valley, such as yard work, filling sandbags, building hygiene kits, tying blankets, delivering meals, and more. We invite all to submit a service project opportunity or sign up to be on our list of service project volunteers.