The Brigham City Senior Center is always in need of volunteers to fill a variety of roles. Volunteers help keep the costs down for many of our programs. For information about any of these opportunities, or to sign up as a volunteer, contact Tammy at (435) 226-1454.
The Mayor’s Advisory Council consists of community members who volunteer at community events.
Fundraising efforts are held during March in conjunction with the national March for Meals campaign. Among these efforts is the Annual March for Meals BINGO night, sponsored by Box Elder Golden Spike Senior Services [BEGSSS], a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. The event raises money for the Meals on Wheels program and has become a popular annual tradition of Bingo, food and prizes.
Volunteers are needed to deliver meals to home-bound, elderly, and physically challenged residents of Brigham City, Perry, Mantua, Honeyville, Bear River City, and Willard. All meals are prepared at the Center.
Volunteers are always needed to help with our outreach programs, including Phone a Friend. Contact is made at least once a week with those needing extra socializing.
Volunteers donate their time and talents to create many beautiful items for sale at the Senior Center’s Gift Shop "Treasures Under Glass." Materials are provided at no cost. There are many quality items for sale throughout the year.
BEGSSS also accepts old car donations. Your donation is tax deductible and proceeds benefit Meals On Wheels. If you have an old car you would like to donate, please contact the Senior Center 435-226-1451.