The Sandy Club, “A Safe Place for Boys and Girls” is working diligently to comply with health standards and policies as dictate by Utah State Health Department and other government agencies. As such, the following recommendations are in place:
*PLEASE NOTE: The Sandy Club will close due to local/national mandates or when the schools we serve are closed due to the current pandemic.*
All staff and visitors must wear a mask while inside the building
Social Distancing will be practiced during all activities both inside and outside of the building
Hand washing and surface sanitizing will occur after each activity and before/after any snacks
The facility will be sanitized at noon and the end of each day
Hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes will be available throughout the building
No more than 50 persons will be permitted in the building at any given time.
Temperature checks will be conducted for all staff and visitors upon arrival
Any persons (staff or visitor) exhibiting symptoms of Covid-19 will be sent home.
We LOVE the holidays here at The Sandy Club. The lights, candy, and fun are irresistible. However, we know that the winter is hard on MANY of our families. Many individuals suffer from cold, lack of food, and exclusion from the merriment and joy that should accompany the Thanksgiving and December holidays.
We KNOW that you want to help. Thank you for reaching out to serve those around you. We have families here who can use your help. Our families are specifically in need of:
NEW winter coats, hats, and gloves
NEW socks and underwear in various sizes
$25 grocery gift cards
We here at The Sandy Club are so fortunate to see the good you do and we hope that you will remember the joy of giving selflessly this holiday season. You are a hero to these kids and their families. Thank you—sincerely, thank you.
The Sandy Club, “A Safe Place for Boys and Girls” has begun partnering with Community Action! Community Action provides assistance programs of the HIGHEST quality such as the Head Start pre-school program and the H.E.A.T. program for utility (heat/gas) assistance.
See the flier below for more details and to see how Community Action can assist your family and friends!
The Sandy Club’s 10th Annual Charity Golf Tournament was hosted on Monday, August 12th at River Oaks Golf Course in Sandy. The tournament was an OUTSTANDING SUCCESS with over 20 teams participating. The tournament included gift cards for the winning teams, raffle prizes (including trips, tools, golf gear, and gift cards), putting contests, long drive competition, and a Hole in One contest for $10,000!
We cannot say enough about how much we appreciate the support we receive from local and national companies and individuals who take money out of their budgets and time out of their day to support our vision of giving kids a safe place to learn and grow. To everyone who has supported us before and to those who supported us at this tournament: You are a hero. Thank you.
Congratulations to our May Member of the Month, Isabella Franco. Isabella is 10 years old and attends Sandy Elementary, where her favorite subject is Art. When Isabella grows up, she wants to be an Artist. What Isabella likes most about herself Is her long eyelashes. When asked why she thought she was voted Member of the Month she replied “Because I’m nice to everyone” Isabella has been a member of the club for 1 year; in that time, she learned ways in which she could be more active. Isabella’s favorite thing to do at the club is draw during free time. If she had one wish it would be to have unlimited amount of Taki bags. Congratulations once again Isabella. We are so proud of you!
Congratulations to our February Member of the Month, Elicio Mora. Elicio is 7 years old and attends Sandy Elementary, where his favorite subject is Math. When Elicio grows up he wants to be a police officer or a video game designer. What Elicio likes most about himself is his hair. When asked why he thought he was voted Member of the Month he replied, “Because I’m nice to everyone.” Elicio has been a member of the club for over 1 year; in that time, he learned to be nice to everyone. Elicio’s favorite thing to do at the club is play kickball. If Elicio had one wish it would be to go to Disneyland.Congratulations once again Elicio. We are so proud of you!
Starbucks and Sandy City community members came together with Real Salt Lake’s Luis Silva to give the kids at The Sandy Club, “A Safe Place for Boys and Girls” an unforgetable holiday experience.
Volunteers donated clothes, gloves, hats, scarves, and coats as well as their time and talents to provide games and crafts for the members of The Club. Starbucks donated prizes, food, and cocoa for the kids who were all too excited for the cake pops and cookies!
Luis Silva donated his skills playing soccer and his signature to give raffle winners one of a kind memorabilia!
The Club also received as surprise visit from THE GRINCH! He retold his epic tale of Christmas hate turning to Christmas love while giving the kids candy canes and oranges for a special holiday treat!
What wonderful experiences we were given here at The Club! Thank you for a wonderful holiday season!
The holidays are here and the Sandy Club loves this time of year! We’ve got the decorations up in the room and the tree is shimmering in the lobby!
With the holidays also comes an outpouring of community support and this year we have received SO SO much! We have tons of volunteers, multiple families receiving Sub-4-Santa, a large donation of shoes from Jordan Credit Union & Kohl’s, pajama’s for our members, and SO MANY TREATS!!!
We are so excited for the holidays and want to say, “THANK YOU AND HAPPY HOLIDAYS”