Image courtesy of the Western Mining & Railroad Museum

Our Mission

The mission of The Helper Project is simple: To foster revitalization and beautification, encourage economic development, and promote cultural connections for the city and citizens of Helper, Utah.

Thank You

We would like to thank everyone who has purchased work from Anne Jespersen Fine Arts’ exhibition Flowers Everywhere. Anne is donating 5% of all works sold to The Helper Project!

The exhibition runs through Saturday, September 3rd, so you still have two weeks left to own a piece of art by some of Utah’s most talented artists and support The Helper Project at the same time.

Take a peek at the opening reception recap put together by talented Helper resident Kenny Driggs of West Coast Show Support.

Enjoy this recap of the exhibition opening event for Flowers Everywhere.

The Recorder Project

Last year, The Helper Project, with funding from the Beverly Taylor Sorensen Foundation, purchased recorders for every student at Sally Mauro Elementary School in Helper. Working with local music teachers, we created both online and in-person lessons, and after just a few lessons these student’s were already performing songs!

In 2022, with input from the music teachers, The Helper Project is purchasing recorders for 5th and 6th grade students.

Be sure to check out our list of completed projects.