Park City Community Foundation

  The Park City Community Foundation handed out thousands of dollars in grants at a ceremony last week. The funding went to 38 local non-profits, including KPCW.

The program director for the foundation, Ollie Wilder, said they handed out over $177,000 last week, the largest amount in their history.

KPCW was one of the non-profits which received a multi-year grant.

 The Joseph James Morelli Scholarship Fund supports high school and college students with dyslexia, dysgraphia, and/or dyscalculia interested in pursuing studies and careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math, or STEM. The Scholarship Fund was established in 2015 to honor the life of Joseph James Morelli and the success he achieved in overcoming the challenges of dyslexia and has awarded 69 scholarships to students from 22 states. 

 

Big Brothers Big Sisters Receives $33K Grant

Jul 10, 2018
Women's Giving Fund Grant 2018

The Women’s Giving Fund awarded the 2018 high impact grant of $33,000 to Big Brother, Big Sister of Park City.  The foundation started in 2013 raising a $1 million endowment. The money generated is earmarked to support programs that support women and children throughout Summit County. Carolyn Murray has this:

Park City Community Foundation is providing opportunities for local Latino children to participate in after-school programs. David Boyle has more:

Park City Community Foundation is putting on a workshop for nonprofit groups entitled "The KEY to Survival and Growth of Your Organization." The event is scheduled for May 3. David Boyle has more:

Local News Hour - April 17, 2018

Apr 17, 2018

Today starts with a preview of Wednesday's Summit County Council meeting agenda from Tom Fisher, county manager. Dr. Barbara Wirostko-Morelly of PC Reads talks about a seminar slated for Saturday, April 21, titled "Dyslexia for a Day." Finally, Maddy Shear from the Park City Community Foundation discusses the upcoming seminar by Roger Craver, a fundraising guru and author Retention Fundraising.

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The Park City Community Foundation is shining a light on local non-profits with the latest version of its "Giving Guide." Rick Brough has more.

Local News Hour December 22, 2017

Dec 22, 2017

On today’s program, Midway mayor elect Celeste Johnson has a run down on her priorities once she assumes the leadership position next month. Park City Council member Cindy Matsumoto has a recap about last night's meeting. SCPW (Summit Community Power Works) Executive Director Erin Bragg discusses their "Watts Down Lights Up" campaign which sponsored the purchase of more than 100 LED bulbs to outfit 7 units at the Line Condominiums recently and Park City Community Foundation Communications Manager Deanna Rhoades and Board Member Tom Raffa have details on this year’s Giving Guide.

Girls Giving Fund-Park City Community Foundation

The Girls Giving Fund was launched this past June by a 12 year old Park City girl.  It’s made up of middle school girls who have come together to raise money for local issues affecting children. Carolyn Murray has this:

The Park City Community Foundation handed out nearly $129,000 to worthy recipients this year. Rick Brough has more.

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