Donate

Click "Donate" box above ...
to make a tax deductible donation.

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Pay with VENMO:
www.venmo.com/ShareParent


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Check or cash donations accepted.

Mail to:
Share Parents of Utah
14303 Tumbleweed Way
Draper, UT 84020

To Contact Us by Phone:
(801) 272-5355



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Share Parents of Utah is a non-profit organization, supported solely by private donations. Your contributions make it possible for families to receive the support they need from parents who understand.  Our volunteers make these services available free of charge to our families.

If your family has been touched by Share or if you know someone who needs our help, please consider making a contribution.   Donations can be made in memory of a baby or other loved one, in honor of a special someone, or to commemorate a special occasion.  Help Share continue our mission of helping bereaved families heal by contacting us today!

Join our "Pay if forward" opportunity.

With a minimum donation of $50 we will include your name of choice on a special card, in this beautiful hand crafted cedar box with a set of molds taken of a baby.  This is the perfect way to commemorate someone special!


Pay-It-Forward
$50 for One set
$100 for Two sets
$150 for Four sets








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We also appreciate donations of baby blankets, small outfits, flannel diapers, memory boxes,  mom and baby bracelets, teddy bears, hair bows and bow ties and other memorial mementos.

Here are some links with some ideas and patterns that you can use:

http://angeloutfitters.blogspot.com/  
(small buntings)
http://teenytears.blogspot.com/ 
(diapers and blanket sets)
 http://www.newbornsinneed.org/volunteer/pattern-central  
http://carewear.org/index.php?page=patterns