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Workforce Resilience

Mental health has long been one of Utah’s most pressing issues, and the COVID-19 pandemic has only made that more clear. Utah’s business community is leading the way by building a more resilient workforce through a culture of mental fitness. With the right information and tools, business leaders can help improve the mental fitness of their employees, and by extension all of Utah’s workforce. Advice from experts, coupled with free or discounted resources, are available now.

“Experts, advocates, and innovative business leaders come together in presentations to show the how and why of Workforce Resilience through Mental Fitness. Watch this video to catch up on our official launch event.

Workforce Employer Toolkit

We’re offering three things that will help your business create a culture of mental fitness and achieve a more resilient workforce: the Suicide Prevention in the Workforce Employer Toolkit, expert speakers from our launch and ongoing webinars, and community partners offering vital services, often for free or at a discount to Chamber members.

Employer Toolkit

Utah Community Builders Latest Messages

Utah Community Builder Project Priorities Announced

July 15th, 2019|0 Comments

SALT LAKE CITY, UT (July 15, 2019) — Today the Salt Lake Chamber announced the project priorities for the Utah Community Builder Foundation, the Chamber’s non-profit organization to address critical social and community issues through [...]

Pamela Atkinson: A Utah Community Builder

June 6th, 2019|0 Comments

Pamela Atkinson is best known for her tireless work as an advocate for the homeless, refugees and low-income families in our state. So much so, that Governor Gary Herbert has called her “the Mother Teresa [...]

Utah Community Builder: 5 for the Fight

April 1st, 2019|0 Comments

In 2002 Scott Smith, a Brigham Young University marketing professor, began tinkering with a technology project in his basement. He wanted an online survey research tool that was sophisticated enough for doctoral students while also [...]

Utah Community Builders Foundation Initiatives

About Us

Nonprofit Status

Utah Community Builders is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit social impact foundation that is an affiliate of the Salt Lake Chamber. Utah Community Builders creates a platform for businesses to engage our most pressing challenges, harnessing the innovation and efficiency of the private sector to drive real progress on social issues affecting our businesses, workforce, families, and all Utahns. Our project priorities include, but are not limited to:

  • Intergenerational Poverty
  • Behavioral Health
  • Immigration
  • Child Care

The private sector is uniquely positioned to drive real progress on these social issues affecting our businesses, workforce, and families. Utah Community Builders is leading the way. Get involved today.

Guiding Principles

Utah Community Builders is a response to the growing desire from the business community to create a social impact for good beyond traditional business issues. We aim to engage businesses, using our guiding principles


Utah's Pressing Challenges

Identify Utah's Pressing Challenges

Through high-quality data and research we focus on the area of greatest need, impact and results


with business community, issue experts and stakeholders


We bring together the business community, nonprofits, service providers and thought leaders to identify areas and plan for improvement


social responsibility with the business community

Promote social responsibility with the business community

We provide actionable steps for businesses to take to address pressing challenges


the next generation of problem-solvers

Encourage the next generation of problem-solvers

Through process engagement we instill the importance of social responsibility in leaders of tomorrow

Contact Us

For more information about Utah Community Builders and its work on social impact issues in Utah, or for questions about contributions or sponsorships, contact:

Nic Dunn, Director, Utah Community Builders


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