Women’s Giving Fund

1,400 members making high-impact grants to help local women and children.

The exponential power of 1,400+ women and girls.

When the women and girls of Park City join together, they’re an unstoppable force—and the Women’s Giving Fund makes it possible. With a mission of supporting women and children in need, Women’s Giving Fund awards high-impact grants to local organizations that are making a difference. But that’s just the beginning. With social events throughout the year, Women’s Giving Fund is more than a circle of philanthropists. It’s an entire community of women helping women. There’s even a Girls’ Giving Fund for the young women of Park City.

From $84/month to a $1.5 million endowment.

The idea behind the Women’s Giving Fund is simple. Each member donates at least $1,000, which can be split into monthly payments of just $84, and together their donations grow. Since 2014, more than 1,400 people have contributed to the fund, which has skyrocketed to over $1.5 million. The fund is endowed by Park City Community Foundation, and grants to local nonprofits are made from its earnings in perpetuity—so Park City women can feel the love of their community for generations to come.

Become a member or Wonder Woman.

You’re welcome to join our wonderful community. With your $1,000 donation, you become a member for life. You can choose to participate in events or committees as much or as little as you would like. If you are already a member, please offer women and children in Summit County your continued and much needed support by becoming a Wonder Woman. Simply give an additional donation to the fund (any amount!), or donate a new membership ($1,000) to honor a deserving women in the community who wouldn’t have the means to join otherwise.


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Women’s Giving Fund impact!

  • $1.5 million endowment—and growing
  • 1,400+ members
  • 2015: $30,000 grant to PC Tots to provide affordable daycare for low-income families in the greater Park City area
  • 2016: $30,000 grant to Children’s Justice Center to fund a medical room in Park City for children who experience abuse
  • 2017: $30,000 grant to Peace House to support their transitional housing program for victims of domestic violence
  • 2018: $33,000 grant to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah to increase the number of at-risk youth served in Summit County through their community-based mentoring program
  • 2019: $35,000 grant to People’s Health Clinic to expand maternal and child healthcare services.
  • 2020: $40,000 grant to Holy Cross Ministries to expand bilingual mental health counseling services for women and children who are survivors of domestic violence and other trauma.

Read details of the impact each grantee has made with their grant from Women’s Giving Fund »

Thank you to our Women’s Giving Fund sponsors!






Sponsor Women’s Giving Fund: Women and children in Summit County need your continued support. All are welcome to give to the fund and sponsorships are available. See the 2021 Women’s Giving Fund Sponsor Guide to learn more about available sponsorships opportunities. The more our endowment grows, the larger our future grants can be. Donate online or contact Alexis Brown Brotherton at 435-731-4303 to ask questions or give by phone.

Are you a nonprofit looking for support? Apply for a Women’s Giving Fund grant »