This is Derek Miller, Speaking on Business. Utah is a state that cares about its people and communities. Recently, heavy rain and flash flooding have caused major damage across Central Utah in Cedar City and Enoch. In response, the Cedar City Chamber of Commerce, the Dixie and Anne Leavitt Foundation, and the Cedar Area Interfaith Alliance have teamed up to raise funds to help those affected by the recent flash floods.
The Cedar City Chamber of Commerce set up the Iron County Area Disaster Relief Fund at the State Bank of Southern Utah. Donations can be made at any State Bank branch. If you prefer to send a check, you can find the information on the Cedar City Chamber of Commerce website. One hundred percent of the funds raised will be distributed to those who are impacted by these floods. In addition, the Dixie and Anne Leavitt Foundation have established a fund online through the Givebutter Organization. For those able, please visit givebutter.com/cedarcityfloodrelief. Or, if you wish to help the students at SUU, go to suu.edu/tbirdstrong and make a donation. Let’s do our part and come to the rescue of these families and students at this critical time. Your contributions will do much to help these communities overcome this challenge. I’m Derek Miller with the Salt Lake Chamber, Speaking on Business.