The best way to get involved is to join a club. Clubs perform valuable civic services and are a great way to meet some of the most interesting people in the community. For computer related clubs, see the Salt Lake Computer User Groups section.
Junior League of Salt Lake City (www.jlslc.org) The Junior League is a women's group of trained volunteers who provide time and money to improve the lives of women and children in our community
Asian Association of Utah (www.aau-slc.org) advocates equality for Utah?s Asian Americans and pacific Islanders in areas of immigration, education, and all other socioeconomic concerns of the community.
Rotary Club of Sandy City (www.sandyrotary.org) an organization of business and professional leaders united worldwide who provide humanitarian service.
Rotary Club of Sugar House (www.sugarhouserotary.com) Members of a Rotary club are part of a diverse group of professional leaders working to address various community and international service needs and to promote peace and understanding throughout the world.
Family Fellowship (www.ldsfamilyfellowship.org) Family Fellowship is a diverse collection of Mormon families engaged in the cause of strengthening families with homosexual members.
Alta Club (www.altaclub.org) - review For more than 120 years, the Alta Club has been the gathering place for Utah's business, educational and political leaders.
B.P.O.E. (Community Profile) Salt Lake is home of Lodges 2344 and 2442 (Cottonwood and Bountiful) in the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks. The Elks are noted for good deeds and community service.
Utah Daughters of the American Revolution (utahdar.org) DAR Members are educators, students, professionals, mothers, historians, genealogists, and homemakers who take an active role in their communities promoting our objectives of patriotism, education and historic preservation.