Park City Community Foundation presents: Brian McInerney, NOAA Hydrologist “As the temperatures heat up, the snowpack melts away, adding to reservoir levels. While that’s great news for the immediate future, it spells a bad forecast for the water supply in upcoming months.” By invitation only, please contact Katie Wright – firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Thursday, September 8, Park City Community Foundation provided critical support and recognition to 31 local nonprofits, and to one extraordinary individual. Community Fund grants totaling $115,650 supported 29 high-impact projects, the Women’s Giving Fund granted $15,000 to PC Tots, and Susan Richer was recognized with the annual Trisha J. Worthington Community Service Award. As […]
Community Pass Club Benefits The Community Pass Club is a recreation and relaxation club that benefits Park City Community Foundation’s work in Summit County. Our benefits are subject to change, but the impact is always significant. Club members donate to support programs like the Community Fund Grants, Nonprofit Education, and our community initiatives. Learn more about the […]