Nonprofit Education

Cultivating knowledge. Creating change.

What’s different about Park City Community Foundation? Beyond just awarding grant money, the Community Foundation is the place for nonprofits to collaborate and learn from one another. And with education comes better governance and financial responsibility, which leads to stronger, more viable nonprofits. It’s one distinct way we’re giving to the organizations that give so much to greater Park City.

We offer accessible and affordable workshops to help nonprofits maximize their impact in the community—with a manageable workload.

Collaboration through conversation.

Our twelve roundtables a year provide facilitated discussions for our nonprofit partners to discuss the topics that impact them most. See the annual schedule of all roundtables.

Focus on strength.

Raising awareness on raising support, we bring in a big-name, national expert to our annual seminar to help nonprofits secure the resources they need to make the biggest impact. On May 3, 2018, Roger Craver and Caity Craver will be sharing with nonprofit staff, board members, volunteers, and donors “The KEY to Survival and Growth of Your Organization” – how to ensure fundraising success and sustainability.

Education Impact.

  • 12 – 15 training and education programs sponsored each year
  • $21,000 invested annually in nonprofit education
  • Nationally renowned speakers and educators brought to Park City for events

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Upcoming Events

  • 3
    May

    Nonprofit Workshop: The KEY to Survival and Growth of Your Organization

    Thursday, May 3 8:30am – 1:30pm (includes lunch) Park City Hospital Cost $30 — Register Now No fairy dust… KEY Trends. KEY Metrics. KEY Actions. Please join us for a workshop on fundraising success and sustainability, with Roger Craver, renowned fundraiser, editor of the Agitator, and principal, DonorTrends; and Caity Craver, CEO, DonorTrends. What Will Be Covered? […]

  • 24
    May

    Board Member and Executive Director Roundtable

    Are you on a nonprofit board, or are you a nonprofit executive director? Please join us for this special roundtable, a joint session that includes both board members and executive directors. Note: For this specific and critical topic, we have combined the Executive Director and Board Member Roundtables for greater effect. Whether you are a […]

  • 30
    May

    Open Nonprofit Roundtable

    Please join us for our quarterly Open Nonprofit Roundtable, open to anyone working for a nonprofit organization – program staff, development staff, executive directors, and so on. Share best practices and connect with your peers. The main session runs from 8:30-9:30, and participants are welcome to stay another half hour for social time afterwards. Roundtables […]

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