We would love to have you do your Eagle Scout project for The Road Home.
Prepare a Dinner
Shelter dinners are a hands-on experience. Every group who has come has asked to come back. It is both humbling and eye opening. When providing shelter dinners we do ask groups to provide all of the food and paper products needed for your particular dinner. We ask that the food be pre-made and brought to the shelter ready to serve. We have three shelters you can choose from; women (approx. 200 women), men (approx. 300 men) and Midvale Center families (approximately 300 individuals). We ask groups to arrive at shelter at 6pm to set up and ready to serve by 6:30pm. The Health Department is highly recommending that ALL food be prepared in a non-residential kitchen. For more detailed guidelines on preparing meals for our families and individuals please see the Health Department’s Food Safety Guide.
There is a continuous need at our shelter for donated items. Our in-kind needs list is updated seasonally, please click here to see the current list. Urgent needs are posted on our website. Groups making a donation to The Road Home do not need to make an appointment or schedule their delivery in advance. Please feel free to deliver your donation any day of the week between 8:00am & 7:00pm at our Salt Lake Community Shelter (210 South Rio Grande Street, Salt Lake City) or 10:00am - 7:00pm at our Midvale Family Center (529 West 7300 South, Midvale). If your group would like a tour of our shelter when you deliver your donation, please contact one of our volunteer coordinators.
Design your own project. We are very flexible and try to accommodate any ideas!
For questions about our Eagle Projects, please contact one of our Volunteer Coordinators at