Current Collaborative Projects
Sibshops is a collaborative Utah County project to support children 7 to 13 years of age who have a sibling with disability, chronic illness, or mental health concern. Sibshops take place at the Kids On the Move Orem center on the 2nd Saturday of each month. In addition, Kids On the Move provides significant staff support for each activity. Valued partners in making Sibshops an ongoing success include the BYU Department of Counseling and Psychology and Allies With Families.
United Way of Utah County mobilizes the caring power of Utah County communities to advance the common good. In 2008, United Way initiated a 10-year program to (1) improve education and cut the number of high school dropouts; (2) help families achieve financial stability and economic independence; and (3) promote healthy lives and reduce risky behaviors. Kids On the Move is proud to be a United Way Agency.
Partners for Infants and Children is a Utah County council that improves access for parents to quality early childhood services and gives parents greater information in addressing the social and emotional development of their young children. Kids On the Move has been a contributing partner of this council and its many projects, including Help Me Grow, over the years.
The Kids On the Move Noorda Resource Center is a joint project with the Orem City Public Library. Our specialty collection is available to the general public on the Orem City Library on-line catalog. All community members may visit and use the library free of charge. Check out privileges are available for a nominal fee.
Kids On The Move is grateful to be a recipient of a grant from QuestionPro. With over 2.5 million users across 40 countries, they are a leading provider of online survey software that allows their users to generate the insights they need to make better business decisions.