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Community Pass Club

Club membership with a conscience.

CPC_newLogoWhen you join Park City Community Foundation’s Community Pass Club, you can bask in bluebird skies, endless powder, fine dining and more—all while knowing that your 100% of your Pass purchase supports local nonprofits. For a $10,000 partially tax-deductible donation, you’ll be protecting and enriching everything we value in our community—including open space, arts, education, and wellness.

Check out the 2019 Pass Benefits >

Your many Community Pass Club membership perks come from our wonderful partners, including ski resorts, golf courses, health clubs, restaurants, arts organizations, and more. See the list >

Share the Community Pass love.

The Community Pass is too good to keep all to yourself. That’s why we make it easy to share the benefits with anyone—from family and friends to clients and employees. So more people in your life can do what they love, while also doing a whole lot of good.

Become a Member Today

For a limited time in 10 years, we have a few new passes available at a first-come, first-serve basis.  contact Juliana Duran at juliana@parkcitycf.org or 435-731-4303 to learn more or reserve a pass for Winter 2019/2020.

See list of Club members and partners here.

Upcoming Events

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    December

    Women’s Giving Fund Reception & Film

    Please join us for the film screening of Ethel, a documentary about Ethel Kennedy that provides an insider’s view of a political dynasty, including her life with Robert F. Kennedy and the years following his death when she raised their eleven children on her own. Director Rory Kennedy will be in attendance for a Q&A […]

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Supporting Nonprofits, Donors

$244,000 Granted to Benefit the People of Park City

Park City Community Foundation awards local nonprofits with annual Community Fund Grants and announces the Trisha J. Worthington Community Service Award grantee Park City, Utah (Sept. 9, 2019) – Park City Community Foundation today provided critical support and recognition to local nonprofits, and to one extraordinary individual. Community Fund grants totaling more than $244,000 were […]

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