Funding and Transparancy

Our principles

HEAL Utah is able to operate thanks to our generous community of individual, foundation, and business supporters. Our funds come from donations at our major spring and fall fundraising events, sustainers (those who give on a recurring monthly basis), business sponsorships, foundation grants, and major gifts. HEAL does not receive funding from any organization whose products, services, or values conflict with our mission.

Transparency and Accountability

As a small staff of seven, we can cultivate close trust with each other and we strive to develop this same level of trust between us and our supporters. That’s why we are committed to transparency about our financials — including where they come from and where they go (from ensuring we have a place to work every day to conducting technical and legal research to putting on community events). We are proud of our gold status on GuideStar and encourage you to learn more below.


Annual Report

If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that HEAL Utah is stable, resilient, adaptable, and able to stay focused even when it seems that things are falling apart around us. But perhaps the biggest takeaway from all this is that we are once again honored and gratified to know that we can count on your support, even when times are at their toughest.


Annual Report

2019 marked HEAL Utah’s twentieth anniversary. As we reflect on the accomplishments of all those who have worked and volunteered at HEAL over that time. We are proud to be part of the incredible progress that has been made. 

Our Merch

As an environmental health nonprofit, HEAL is committed to looking at all aspects of our organization to integrate sustainability, equity, and community into how we work.