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.
Our roundtables will provide facilitated discussions for nonprofits to discuss topics that impact them most. There are roundtables for every level of nonprofit staff, from program directors, to fundraisers, to executive directors to board members. See the annual schedule of 2021 roundtables.
Building equitable and inclusive nonprofits in our community takes time, investment, and commitment. The them of October 2020’s annual nonprofit workshop (originally scheduled for May 2020) was: Developing Foundations: Anti-racism in Nonprofit Communications and Storytelling, led by facilitator McKensie Mack and co-facilitator Elizabeth Sampson of McKensie Mack Group. The event had overwhelming participation and received tools for thoughtful interpersonal and written communications which center socially marginalized populations. We look forward to curating the next, meaningful annual workshop, which we’d love to take place in person.
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“The roundtable discussions are immensely valuable, not only to the nonprofit sector but to the Park City community. The valuable information that is shared, contemplated, deliberated and debated brings about best practices for every nonprofit executive, allowing them to work with community members in a more meaningful way. I will never miss a roundtable!”
“The PCCF roundtables have been a great source of networking as well as food for thought. Nonprofit work can be draining and discouraging at times. Knowing that others are facing some of the same challenges and sharing ideas and resources with each other is wonderful. Thank you!”