In 2017, Park City Community Foundation helped start the Summit County Mental Wellness Alliance. Now involving over 200 committee members representing over 50 entities, the Alliance is already making progress on improving mental health and substance abuse issues throughout the county. A critical milestone for the Alliance was the creation last September of the Summit […]
Last week, we received a gift that couldn’t have come at a better time. Rob Katz, CEO of Vail Resorts, and his wife, Elana Amsterdam, made a personal contribution of $250,000 to Park City Community Foundation in support of prevention efforts related to mental health and substance abuse among young people. In the past few months, […]
Friday, November 4, saw another fantastic outpouring of love from the community in support of the nonprofit organizations that make greater Park City such a wonderful place to live, work, and play. In all, 3,676 donors gave $1,736,306 through Live PC Give PC to help over 100 nonprofits go even further in carrying out their […]
Vail Resorts has announced that the Company’s CEO Rob Katz and his wife, Elana Amsterdam, founder of Elana’s Pantry, have made personal contributions totaling $2 million to 12 local nonprofit organizations in the communities where the company operates. Here in Summit County, Utah, Park City Community Foundation deeply appreciates receiving a $250,000 donation from Mr. Katz and Ms. […]
At the recent Women’s Giving Fund Grant Celebration, a matching challenge was announced seeking to raise a total of $20,000 to provide extra support to both the 2015 and 2016 WGF grantees. The matching challenge was offered by a group of Women’s Giving Fund members to provide additional immediate support for the needs of women and […]
Thanks to the generosity and inspiration of the members of the Park City Women’s Giving Fund, the Summit County Children’s Justice Center will be able to provide improved support to child victims of abuse and to their families. The 2016 Women’s Giving Fund Grant of $30,000 will provide the Children’s Justice Center with training, facility enhancements, and […]
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.
Park City Community Foundation takes an unorthodox approach to grantee reports. Rather than requiring a written report, we visit organizations about six months after a grant is made, and they tell us in person how it’s going. In that spirit, the Women’s Giving Fund Grants Committee paid a visit this week to PC Tots, which received the […]