Whether you’re hiking through an aspen grove, enjoying a concert under the stars or adopting a new four-legged friend, you’re benefitting from the tireless efforts of our community’s nonprofits. With more than 85 organizations working on everything from open space preservation and arts education to food security and community health, Park City flourishes when our nonprofits thrive. And Park City Community Foundation exists to keep these organizations strong.
2016 Report to Donors
Helping people connect to causes they care about.
As the hub for all things philanthropic in greater Park City, the Community Foundation brings the community together in a collective spirit of giving. Grants and education for nonprofits ensure the long-term vitality of our community’s most important organizations. Initiatives like Live PC Give PC, Save our Snow and Women’s Giving Fund help organizations and donors collaborate for a stronger Park City. And personalized donor services help people who care connect to causes they’re passionate about, so we all can work together to endow Park City’s future—now and forever.
Donors, Our Impact
Last week, we received a gift that couldn’t have come at a better time. Rob Katz, CEO of Vail Resorts, and his wife, Elana Amsterdam, made a personal contribution of $250,000 to Park City Community Foundation in support of prevention efforts related to mental health and substance abuse among young people. In the past few months, […]
Women's Giving Fund, Supporting Nonprofits, Donors, Our Impact
Members of the Women’s Giving Fund Grants Committee, Board Members, and Staff toured the Summit County Children’s Justice Center for an update on the impact of the $30,000 grant. All Women’s Giving Fund Members are welcome to tour the facility at the Summit County Children’s Justice Center Open House Wednesday, April 19th from 5:00pm-6:00pm Please RSVP to […]
It has been a productive and busy winter for Bright Futures’ students. With Park City offering opportunities as diverse as they are unique, the teens have taken in enriching recreational and creative endeavors. Students were able to attend two inspirational Sundance Film Festival movies: Dolores and Step – both courtesy of the Sundance Institute. Both […]
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