Little Lambs of Utah

LITTLE LAMBS FOUNDATION FOR KIDS

"Providing a little bit of comfort in every bag"

About

our mission

Provide children in need with a little bit of comfort in every bag.

Little Lambs Foundation for Kids is a non profit 501(c)3 organization who provides comfort kits to children from ages newborn to 17 years old transitioning into foster care, emergency shelter, or who have been hospitalized. Just in Northern Utah alone there is an average of 700 children who are in the foster care system. There is also, on average, 80 children in the In-Home program through the Department of Child and Family Services just in Cache Valley alone. Throughout Utah, over 2,700 children are in foster care because of abuse or neglect. Most children are removed from their home with nothing but the clothes on their backs, and if they are able to take anything with them, they carry their precious belongings in a black trash bag. We are excited to be able to provide a backpack full of much needed hygiene and comfort items which will provide these precious children with something they can call their own, give them dignity, and show them their community loves them.

  • Ted and Stefanee Chalfant

    President & Vice President
    • Ted and Stefanee Chalfant live in Nibley, Utah. Ted works full time as a professional realtor at Dwell Realty Group. They have three children: Tiffany, Trevor and Jaxtin. They love to give back to their community. They are the founders of Little Lambs Foundation for Kids, which was started in July 2014. They find importance in family, friends, and giving to others.
  • Tiffany Chalfant

    Secretary/Treasurer
    • Tiffany Chalfant is 24 years old and currently a junior at Utah State University. She is majoring in Professional and Technical Writing with a minor in Folklore. She is the oldest child of 3 and loves being an older sister. She enjoys spending time with her family, being outdoors and crafting. She hopes to use her degree to further pursue working at Little Lambs Foundation for Kids; the foster care foundation in Cache Valley which her family founded.

  • Gay Moss

    Director/Book Keeper
    • -CREW Sacramento & CREW Network (Commercial Real Estate Women) – National Awards Committee and two years as a National Director and as Chapter President.
    • -National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC), serving as President for Sacramento and Bakersfield chapters.
    • -Community Service Program for the “Soldiers Care Project” – coordinated for three years.
    • -Community Service “Family to Family Program” – coordinated annual event for eight years.
    • -Community Service “Little Lambs Foundation for Kids” – currently serve on the Board of Directors.
  • Megan Kenney

    Fundraising Coordinator

Disclaimer:

           This project has been developed as part of a classroom learning experience by students at Utah State University. While efforts are made to ensure copyrights and intellectual property rights have not been violated, it is the responsibility of the organization using any classroom projects created by USU and its students to make sure the materials contained therein do not infringe the property rights (including without limitation rights of privacy and publicity, trademark rights, copyrights, patents, trade secrets, and licenses) of third parties.

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