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Be a Hero and SUpport your community

Give Generously Today

100% of your contributions will benefit the students and young people of Weber and Davis county, Utah. It’s important to support your local community along with large national and worldwide causes. Students and youth represent your neighborhoods, community and state success well into the future. 

James and Marian Aland spent a lifetime improving communities and building lasting amenities for Weber and Davis counties. He donated hundreds of acres of real estate to wildlife conservation, school sites, churches sites, city roads and parks. He was determined in his efforts to build communities and  established a charitable foundation to serve generations to come. 

You can be a true hero to keep the legacy of generosity and hard work alive in our community. Especially If you have ever played a round of golf at Remuda or Crane Field, or lived in one of James’ neighborhoods, pay it forward and donate generously today. You can feel the personal satisfaction of doing your part to benefit your community, your family and your loved ones!

Our Beneficiaries

100% of our fundraising benefits the following organizations. Each cent of your contributions are tax deductible as The Foundation is a recognized 501(c)(3) entity. Approximately one-third of funds are given to Weber State University, and the other half is given to school districts for elementary and secondary education. 

Elementary and Secondary Students

It is well know that K-12 Students in public schools in Utah do not get as many resources, on average as some of the other states. We have a lot of children
who need your contributions.

University Students

Rising costs of higher education are increasingly stressing out students and dragging down the capital of public Universities. Weber State is a great resource for local students. Help contribute to their success!

Elementary and Secondary Teachers

Public school teachers have a lot of responsibilities to students and their parents. They are dedicated to education and spend personal money to give their
classrooms an edge. Help them in their efforts.

District Foundations and University Programs

Special grants for classes struggling with core curriculum and finding funding for field trips, and other things like adaptive resources for special needs classes.

About the Foundation

Founded by James and Marian Aland in 2005, it was organized to benefit the lives of students and young people in Davis and Weber County Utah. James and Marian had the desire to give back by establishing a non-profit that directly the local community. As important as national and worldwide organizations are to mankind, local charitable activity can have the most direct affects on you and your family.


With the population growing from new move-in’s and families having children, the goal of the Aland Foundation is to strengthen the education of those who will be the future professionals and leaders of our local communities. James felt it was the obligation of all citizens to strengthen the community through generous charitable giving, volunteer work, and any activities that conserve quality of life for future generations. 


To demonstrate their determination, James and Marian donated park space, school lots, church lots, and wildlife range land. He developed large residential neighborhoods throughout Weber and Davis counties including the cities of Clearfield (Country Village, Green Hill Estates), Clinton (Davis Farms, Gentry Farms, Crane Field Estates and Golf Course), Farr West (Remuda Subdivision and Golf Course), Huntsville (Green Hill Country Estates), Layton (Chapel Hills, Eastview), North Ogden (Lakeview Heights, Pebble Beach), Plain City (Still Creek Ph. II), Roy (Aland of Honey), South Ogden (Spring Creek), and West Haven (Longhorn, White Rail Farms, Kanesville Meadows).


After years of residential development, James branched out into golf course construction in the 2000’s. He completed Remuda Golf Course in Farr West in 2005 and Crane Field Golf Course in 2010. His desire was to increase the amenities and recreational opportunities for families living on the west side of Interstate 15. He succeeded in building two beautiful regulation 18 hole courses to serve the residents and tourists of the community. He also succeeded in preserving the Golf Course properties with conservation easements to ensure they would never be lost like so many other precious resources in our state. 

News & Announcements

Every year the Foundation searches for new and exciting ways to accomplish our mission. Here is the latest news and announcements.

Amazon Smile is a fun way to support the Foundation. This link will take you directly to smile.amazon.com so you won’t have to search for it. AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support the Foundation every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop at smile.amazon.com, you'll find the exact same prices, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to the charity. Try it out!
James A. Aland, our founder and former president of the association has passed away at age 77. He will be missed deeply by family and community. We honor his memory by moving forward with renewed vigor to build the foundation to better the future of our community.
Annual fundraising event announced. Four man scramble at Crane Field Golf Course in Clinton. Get your team together for a 4-person scramble. Divisions for men and couples. Visit Cranefieldgolf.com/WSU for more info. Team players and Sponsors are now being accepted.
Golf Fundraiser in September

Interested in Volunteering?

Work with us! All of our fundraisers are staffed 100% by volunteers.


Here are a handful of some of the most common questions the Foundation gets asked. Feel free to drop us message if you have additional questions

Do you have a minimum donation amount?

Nope, you can give anything from 1 cent to 100 million cents. Skip a latte or steak dinner and donate to the foundation. Or cash in your stock. We are not picky. Dig deep though, the more generous you are, the warmer you feel inside! 

Do you accept Volunteers?

Sure thing, when we do fundraisers and events we love to have volunteers for set up, clean up and everything in between. Experience is a plus, but not required. See the link above to apply for a volunteer position. 

Are you open to giving to other causes?

If they are in line with our mission to benefit youth and students of Weber and Davis county. Typically we give the bulk of donations to Weber School district and the school districts, but we can donate to special requests if we feel there are extra funds available to use. 

Do you take advice for fundraising events?

Absolutely, we are always interested in fun and productive fundraising events. Our volunteers have a lot of experience in Golf Tournament fundraisers, which is where we focus our energy most, but we love new ideas. 

Where much is Given...

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The James A. and Marian Hart Aland Foundation, A Utah Non-Profit Corporation is recognized as a 501(c)(3) charity. Donations are tax deductible. 

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