Our goal at our Utah chapter of the Village Square is to make our own, ongoing contribution towards further galvanizing a more generous, open-hearted and thoughtful TONE when it comes to conversations about our deepest socio-political differences as a community. Want to help make that happen?

If you or your organization would like to consider supporting this larger effort OR sponsoring/partnering a specific event, we’d love to talk with you.  You can reach Village Square SLC/Utah’s Director Jacob Hess at (801) 712-1346 or contact him by email at Jacob@old.utah.tothevillagesquare.org. If you’d like to get a deeper history of the Village Square, you are also welcome to contact our national Executive Director and Co-founder, Liz Joyner at (850) 264-8785.  Be forewarned, though…if you call Liz directly, you will probably experience some version of a belly laugh somewhere in the call!

Like other Village Square locations have done, if your organization wants to support this effort, we would be more than happy sharing about you in various possible ways – including these possibilities:  placing your logo on our website’s front page, printing it on publicity materials (posters, newsletters, program, electronic billboard) and mentioning you verbally at our events.

To make your partnership contribution online, click on the flag below. You will enter the amount on the PayPal checkout page. You may also mail your donation to: Village Square, Salt Lake City
PO Box 964, Salt Lake City, UT 84101 (we keep more of your donation made by mail). You will be contacted directly by our staff following your donation.

To show our appreciation for your support, we’ve come up with a few ways to say ‘thanks!’

  • Partnership perks:
    • Your linked logo or name on the front page of the local Village Square website
    • Your linked logo on a Community Partner page we will be launching in the fall
    • Village Square Bumper Sticker (3.75″ square) AND a Threads of a Nation sticker (actual size is 3×5″ – read the story behind it).
    • Donation is tax deductible through our fiscal sponsor, The Salt Lake Civil Network, a 501(c)(3) organization