UtahSAG is a Utah 501c3 registered non-profit corporation with the purpose of supporting Amateur (HAM) radio organizations and operators in the state of Utah who provide communications support for charity events such as The Tour de Cure (American Diabetes Association), Cycle for Life (The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation), The Summit Challenge (The National Ability Center), Ride 4 Education/Ride 4 Respect (Utah School Employees Association), Ride with the Angels (Angel Hands), and Scouting for Food (Utah Food Bank) .
In addition to these charity events we also support public century bicycle rides that make donations to charity organizations such as all of the rides (Gran Fondo Salt Lake, Giro Donna, Bear Lake Monster etc.) put on by Extra Mile Racing (Team Kid Courage), Front Runner Century (Crohn's and Colitis Foundation as well as Air Force and Navy charities), The Wildflower Pedalfest (Utah Bicycle Collective), The Huntsman 140 (Huntsman Cancer Institute), Little Red Riding Hood (Huntsman Cancer Institute) and other public events such as marathons, parades and community holiday ceremonies.
UtahSAG also makes it's volunteers and equipment available to local public service and community organizations such as police and fire departments, when requested, in the event of public emergencies as well as the National Weather Service of Utah to provide weather information from around the state during emergency weather conditions.
By supporting these events UtahSAG provides services to around 4,000 event participants each year. SAG services include transportation, food and water and general care so that the participants can enjoy the event they are participating in.
UtahSAG is comprised of a three person board of directors, all of whom are HAM radio operators, as well as an informal association of over 350 HAM radio volunteers throughout the state and including operators in Idaho and Nevada.
You can view upcoming events that members of UtahSAG are involved with by going to the Events list or the Calendar.
The Events list shows the near future upcoming events while the calendar shows the events for the entire year.
From supporting events such as this century bicycle ride
To assisting when disaster strikes, such as the Corner Canyon or Machine Gun Fires.