The Happy Factory (www.happyfactory.org) The Happy Factory is a non-profit charitable organization that provides toys to needy children worldwide. Volunteers ranging from senior citizens to juvenile offenders handcraft toys from scrap hardwood donated by local woodworking companies.
B.P.O.E. Lodge 1556 (Community Profile) Cedar City is home of Lodge #1556 in the Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks. The Cedar City Elks Lodge is located at 111 E 200 N. The organization holds monthly meetings. The Elks are noted for support of charities and community service.
Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah (www.utahpaiutes.org) The official Paiute web site has information about the Paiute Tribe and resources for members of the tribe.
Daughters of the American Revolution - Bald Eagle Chapter (utahdar.org) DAR Members are educators, students, professionals, mothers, historians, genealogists, and homemakers who take an active role in their communities promoting our objectives of patriotism, education and historic preservation.
Turn Community Services (turncommunityservices.org) Turn Community Services provides resources for people with disabilities. (Iron Parke Corporation merged with Turn in 2001).
Children Justice Center (cjc.ironcounty.net) - review The Iron County Children's Justice Center provides a safe place for kids at 545 South 225 East in Cedar City.
Cedar Band Corporation (cedarbandcorp.com) Cedar Band Corporation™ (CBC) is a Federally Chartered Tribal Corporation owned and operated by the Cedar Band of Paiutes with headquarters in Cedar City and 2144 acres of tribal land.