Within the Davis County School District, more than 1,300 students experience homelessness, and 300+ of those attend Woods Cross High School.
To assist a large number of those youth, Geneva Rock recently made an $11,000 donation of materials and labor to the Woods Cross Teen Center, a facility in South Davis County that offers support for the area’s homeless youth.
The 3,500-square-foot building, which is being constructed on existing space, requires extensive renovation. Geneva Rock will mainly assist in the floor pours of the structure.
Unlike other buildings at Woods Cross High School, this center will be funded 100% by community contributions like the one made by Geneva Rock.
The facility will provide youth in need with some degree of consistency and normalcy, including access to showers, washers and dryers, and a quiet place to study.
Ground broke for the new teen center last month and is set to be completed by the end of the school year in May 2022.
At Geneva Rock, we’re proud to give back. We owe much of our heritage to the communities of Utah and take opportunities to invest in our residents throughout the year.