Day of Service

Bountiful residents can help commemorate the events of September 11, 2001 by participating in the Bountiful Day of Service. Organized each year by civic, service, and faith groups to coincide with 9/11, the Bountiful Day of Service is a community-wide effort to promote unity and caring. This year’s Day of Service will be held on Saturday, September 10. Here are ways you can participate:

Projects available

  • Food Drive for Bountiful Food Pantry  - Focus Project 

    The Bountiful Food Pantry has expressed serious concerns with escalating demand for food in the coming months. Look for donation bags and flyers on your doorstep with more information in the coming weeks.  Volunteers will pick up items beginning at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, September 10. Items can also be dropped off directly at the Food Pantry anytime. Click the link above to see most needed items.

    Other Service Opportunities:

  • Fuel Mitigation at North Canyon Park

    The wooded areas of North Canyon Park are part of the park’s charm, but also need attention from time to time to keep trials clear and reduce fire potential.  Parks crews will spend the week prior to the Day of Service trimming trees. Volunteers are need on from 8:00 a.m. to noon on September 10th to help haul and load cuttings. Sign up at (link above) or just come by on 9/10

  • Pavilion Painting at North Canyon Park

    North Canyon Park is a popular site for recreation, family activities, and special events. The heavily-used park pavilions are in need of sanding, staining, and painting. Volunteers are needed to help from 8:00 a.m. to noon on September 10. Sign up on the website (link above).

  • Monetary Donation to Bountiful Food Pantry

    The Pantry also provides perishable items such as milk to families in need. These items are purchased through generous donations. If you’d prefer to make a cash donation to the Bountiful Food Pantry, more information can be found at the link above.  

  • Neighborhood Fuel Mitigation
    The Mueller Park and Heights Emergency Districts are organizing volunteers to help remove undergrowth and provide defensible space around homes that border Bountiful’s hillsides and valleys. If you are interested in volunteering or having help in your yard, contact the project organizers in your district (click to see what district you are in if needed): 
    Mueller Park – Brent Wilson; Heights - Kevin Anderson 

  • Bountiful Veterans Park Clean Up
    Residents are invited to help clean and shine elements in the park including the granite panels and names on the Veteran Wall, granite monuments and benches, granite pavers and medallions, donor plaques and the center statue.  For questions, click the link above.  Saturday, September 10 from 10:00 a.m. to noon.  Cleaning supplies will be provided - please bring gloves. 
  • Davis Education Foundation
    Donations needed for children in the Davis County School District including childrens books, twin sized quilts & blankets, hygiene kits (to be assembled before 9/10/2022).  Items can be dropped off on Saturday, September 10 from 8:00 a.m. to noon at South Davis Junior High.  Click link above for more information.  
  • Davis Remembers - The 9/11 Project
    Held at the Davis Legacy Events Center in Farmington September 7-10, there are volunteer opportunities, a blood drive (click to schedule an appointment) and interactive exhibits.  Click the link above for more information on the event.