Contact with Mary Dickson

Contact with Mary Dickson airs weeknights at 9:55 p.m. on PBS Utah. The long-running community service series features interviews with non-profit and arts organizations. Filmed in the PBS Utah studio, the interviews provide an important outlet for more than 300 non-profit groups each year to reach a broader community audience with information about their services and upcoming events.

If your organization or non-profit would like to appear on Contact with Mary Dickson, please email the producer at

Salt Lake City Public Library’s 2020 Super Summer Challenge is specially tailored for social distancing this year.

Utah Pride Center’s Suicide Prevention & Loss Counseling program expands access to various tools and resources related to suicide prevention and intervention.

Utah State University is providing online workshops through its Healthy Relationships program.

Utah Department of Heritage & Arts has developed shareable campaign materials to help non-profit and cultural organizations in Utah during the pandemic.

Tracy Aviary has a variety of digital resources all available to download for free off of their website.

Sorenson Impact Center is inviting people to join a new artistic movement through its Project apART.

Utah Symphony | Utah Opera has gone online, offering multiple free educational learning materials, in an effort to extend its outreach programs.

Epicenter advocates for rural communities and contributes to the dialog on contemporary place-based work in the United States.

Nuzzles & Co. Pet Rescue and Adoption is a non-profit no kill organization in Summit County and has been offering community pantries and virtual pet adoptions during the pandemic.

Utah Museum of Contemporary Art is hosting 360 Virtual Tours of the museum.

SONDERimmersive’s new show Through Yonder Window is a theatrical performance you can participate in during the pandemic.

Utah Insight is a new topical program that explores issues important to Utahns across the state.

American Red Cross is taking the steps needed to ensure a readily available blood supply amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

Southern Utah University’s Community Connect program is taking a creative approach to making the most of staying at home while staying connected.