Apex is dedicated to volunteerism and public service. Because of this, Apex has won the Utah Best of State for Education and Advocacy in 2015,  2016 & 2017.  Our team members are involved in a variety of community, national and international service projects.

“Everybody can be great. Because anybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and your verb agree to serve…. You don’t have to know the second theory of thermodynamics in physics to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.”
~Martin Luther King, Jr.
~Martin Luther King, Jr.

"Along with the ultimate honor of Presidential recognition, recipients will receive a personalized certificate, an official pin, medallion or coin and a congratulatory letter from The President of the United States".  Record of Service (ROS) Key: IKN-8284 to register with Apex and start tracking your volunteer hours!

The A. Skate Foundation

A.Skate Foundation is an organization that allows children with autism to be a part of our social world through skateboarding. A. Skate holds clinics for children with autism at no cost to the families, give grants to children with autism for skateboard gear, as well as promote awareness and educate families about the skateboard industry.

Due to fundraising efforts in our community, Slat Lake City will soon be hosting an A.skate Foundation event. 

Supporting People of All Abilities to Bike

 iCan Shine began in 2007 and has successfully taught nearly 20,000 people with disabilities to ride a two-wheel bicycle.   We are looking forward to another great camp on June 20 - 24, 2016 at Summit Academy High at the Point of the Mountain.

iCan Bike trainers will work with each child for 75 minutes a day to develop their riding skills over the course of the 5-day camp. Each child will be paired with two volunteers who will assist them with balance and provide enthusiastic encouragement as they practice. The vast majority of riders who graduate from the camp will ride away on a two-wheel bike, without assistance. They will be able to return to their families and peers with knowledge and skills that will enable them to participate in activities that they have never before enjoyed.

For more information about how the camp works, see the iCan Bike website.

Free Autism Education

“Walk in My Shoes” (WIMS) program- Apex is working on a
community education program called “Walk in my Shoes”. This will be a free program
for any Utah company that provides jobs and services to individuals living in Utah and
would like to help educate their employees about autism and ASD.
We will offer individualized training for human resource staff (hiring/interviewing
someone that might be on the spectrum) and training to individuals that work directly
with the public.

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Presidential Inspiration

"No matter how big and powerful government gets, and the many services it provides, it can never take the place of volunteers."
- Ronald Reagan
"One person can make a difference, and everyone
should try."
- John F. Kennedy