Ollie Wilder

Ollie has been with Park City Community Foundation since 2015. As Programs Director, he oversees Live PC Give PC, the Community Fund, nonprofit education, and other grant programs and community initiatives.

Get Involved with WGF Grantees

Over the past three years, the annual Women’s Giving Fund Grant has made a big difference in the lives of women and children. Having started from scratch in 2015, PC Tots now provides over 100 children with affordable, high quality early childhood education in its two new childcare centers. Summit County Children’s Justice Center can […]

Park City Community Foundation: Convener for Mental Wellness

When Park City Community Foundation brought the community together in early 2017 to form the new Summit County Mental Wellness Alliance, we knew the need was critical. There weren’t enough prevention efforts, people didn’t know where to turn in their time of need, and the necessary services often weren’t available. Partners such as CONNECT Summit […]

Thank You Live PC Give PC Sponsors!

On November 10, the community is coming together once again to support local nonprofits through Live PC Give PC. We are deeply grateful to the sponsors who make this annual day of giving possible. Thank you so much for your generosity!   PRESENTING SPONSOR       APEX SPONSORS             […]

Park City Community Foundation Survey

At Park City Community Foundation, we are thrilled to celebrate our ten-year anniversary. Throughout the past decade, you joined us to help achieve some incredible results. As we plan for the future, we welcome your feedback through this short 5-minute anonymous survey to inform our work in the greater Park City community. Please share your […]

Living Well: Mental Wellness to Benefit All

When Mary’s son James was a junior at a local high school, he had an unforeseen reaction to two prescription drugs. Over time, he became anxious and depressed, and eventually had a psychotic break. Since then, James has been in and out of hospitals, including an eight-month stay. He has alienated himself socially, can’t keep […]