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See how Victoria S. helped HEAL Utah on a Translation project

Alma B.
Volunteer Manager
Victoria S
Victoria S.
Matched on
Jun 20, 2018
Hours Given
30 Hours
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What did HEAL Utah need?

Victoria helped HEAL Utah reach volunteers, beneficiaries, and supporters who speak a different language by translating their communications materials.

Why is this project important?

HEAL Utah is looking to engage with a broader audience and open the scope of our issues to a community not often acknowledged or heard from. We recognize the significance of diverse voices within the discussions on environmental issues and wish to further their understanding of the problems and create a space for them to voice their own concerns.

This project will save us $7,098, allowing us to provide more extensive outreach to diverse grassroots organizations within these communities seeking assistance with environmental concerns.

Posted By
Alma B.
Volunteer Manager
Final Product
Written Materials
Cause Areas
Health & Nutrition
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

What did Victoria have to offer?

Recent graduate of St. Bonaventure University seeking to make an impact at a mission-driven, non-profit organization. I am passionate about advocacy and care for marginalized individuals, grassroots movements, and youth empowerment and development. Bilingual in English/Spanish, and proficient in Microsoft Office including Excel. I have experience marketing and conducting outreach on social media platforms.

  • Experience as a translator and copy editor
  • Proficient in English and the desired language of the Organization
Victoria S
Victoria S.
None, USA

About HEAL Utah

HEAL Utah harnesses the power of grassroots advocacy and smart policy research, to engage in legislative and regulatory settings to champion clean air & clean energy, and protect Utah from nuclear, toxic, and dirty energy threats.
Fun Fact

Fun Fact

"HEAL" stands for Healthy Environment Alliance of Utah which got its roots as a small organization fighting weapon incinerator risks in the 1990s. Now, HEAL has taken on issues relating to renewable energy, and protecting public health and the environment from nuclear, toxic, and dirty energy threats.

This is the 6th project posted by HEAL Utah.

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