Causes We Support

Causes We Support

Utah Infertility Resource Center

The UIRC was founded in 2015 to provide resources and services to support those who are struggling to grow their families. The Center hosts conferences, seminars, date nights and other events throughout the year to empower, strengthen, and equip those families to move forward on their respective journeys.

Utah Food Bank

Utah Food Bank has a mission to fight hunger statewide, and they have been tirelessly working with community partners and volunteers to fulfill this mission for over 117 years. As Utah’s only member of Feeding America, and one of a handful of food banks that distributes food free-of-charge, it is a leading charity in helping the most vulnerable populations of our state. A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, they operate efficiently with cash donations, or with gifts of food and time. Over the years, the Albion team has volunteered at the food bank, helping sort their massive amount of food donations.


I.J. & Jeanné Wagner Jewish Community Center

The I.J. & Jeanné Wagner Jewish Community Center (JCC) is a nonprofit organization that provides educational, cultural, and recreational opportunities to the Jewish community and the community at large in Salt Lake City, Utah. The JCC was founded in 1952 as a place where people of all backgrounds, cultures, and beliefs could gather in peace and understanding. The JCC moved to its current location in 2004, across the street from the University of Utah Hospital and Primary Children’s Hospital. The JCC offers a variety of programs and services for people of all ages, including preschool, after-school, summer camp, fitness, aquatics, sports, arts, events, and outreach. The JCC’s mission statement is: “Enriching the life of the Jewish community and the community at large by offering educational, cultural, and recreational opportunities in a place where people of all backgrounds, cultures, and beliefs gather in peace and understanding.”

Salt Lake Acting Company

A 501(c)(3), SLAC is one of the chief performing arts organizations in Utah. SLAC has earned a loyal following by providing audiences of Salt Lake and the Intermountain West with the opportunity to experience plays that would otherwise not be produced in this area. SLAC is a core member of the National New Play Network, and is committed to commissioning, developing, and producing new plays. Through its arts education programs, SLAC strives to be a resource for the arts for Utah students from kindergarten to university.

Crossroads Urban Center

Crossroads Urban Center is a nonprofit, grassroots organization that has been serving the low-income community in Utah for over 50 years. The center runs one of the busiest emergency food pantries in the state, as well as a thrift store that provides clothing and household items for free to people in need. The center also organizes advocacy groups to address issues affecting the quality of life of Utahns with low incomes and disabilities. The mission of Crossroads Urban Center is to assist and organize these groups to meet their basic survival needs and to make positive changes in society.

Jewish Family Services of Utah

Jewish Family Services of Utah (JFS) is a non-profit organization that provides support and resources to individuals and families in need. The organization was founded in 1874, making it one of the oldest charitable organizations in Utah.

Originally, JFS was established to assist immigrants and refugees who were settling in Utah. Over time, the organization expanded its services to include a wide range of social services, such as counseling, food assistance, financial aid, and refugee resettlement.

Today, the mission of JFS is to provide “exceptional care, compassion, and guidance to the underserved in our community.” The organization is committed to serving people of all faiths, cultures, and backgrounds. JFS strives to empower individuals and families to overcome challenges, build resiliency, and achieve self-sufficiency.

Overall, Jewish Family Services of Utah has a rich history of serving the community and continues to work towards its mission of providing support, compassion, and guidance to those in need.

The Nature Conservancy in Utah

Since 1984, The Nature Conservancy in Utah has helped to protect more than 1 million acres of public and private land throughout the state, for plants, animals, and people. Beyond protecting our local lands and waters, they also have a global impact. Donated funds are used to address the dual threats of climate change and biodiversity loss by advancing conservation science, fostering community collaboration, shaping practical policies, and defending natural resources.

Founded in the U.S. through grassroots action in 1951, The Nature Conservancy has grown to become one of the most effective and wide-reaching environmental organizations in the world. Thanks to more than a million members and the dedicated efforts of their diverse staff and over 600 scientists, they impact conservation in 79 countries and territories: 37 by direct conservation impact, 42 through partners.

Utah Open Lands

Utah Open Lands Conservation Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit land trust that preserves and protects open space in order to maintain Utah’s natural heritage and quality of life for present and future generations. The association works with land owners who want to preserve their land for conservation purposes, using a tax-advantaged conservation easement. They have successfully conserved over 60,000 acres of Utah open land since starting in 1990.

The Road Home

The Road Home is a private nonprofit social services agency that helps people experiencing homelessness in Salt Lake County and along the Wasatch Front. The agency was founded in 1923 as the Travelers Aid Society and has evolved over the years to provide emergency shelter, housing programs, and supportive services to its clients. The mission of The Road Home is to help people step out of homelessness and back into our community. The agency operates three resource centers, two permanent supportive housing complexes, and various scattered-site housing options.

Utah Avalanche Center

The Utah Avalanche Center is the state’s primary resource for avalanche forecasting and community education, serving all variety of winter sport participants along the Wasatch Front, and from Logan to Moab. The center cooperates with local ski resorts, Department of Transportation, search and rescue, and law enforcement to provide training and to share information about ongoing conditions. Their ‘Know Before You Go’ educational campaign provides a simplified message that reaches beyond the less-experienced audiences, keeping all of us on top.

Albion was founded in the basement of the Alta Lodge and our namesake is the Albion Basin. Most members of our team enjoy the winter sports as a way of life and we proudly support the life-saving mission of this local institution.