PCCF’s Community Fund supports nonprofit organizations that serve the visitors, workforce and citizens of greater Park City and Summit County in Utah. They strive to support the most effective programs and well-governed organizations, with an eye toward significant community benefits and outcomes.
The Hall Family Fund’s mission is to identify and intervene on behalf of young dyslexic students in kindergarten through 3rd grade. They are committed to making investments that support professional development and literacy programs to support all students, including struggling readers.
Summit Sotheby’s International Realty provides its agents, as well as clients, the opportunity to support local non-profits through this program. At the close of every escrow, sales associates and real estate brokerage firms voluntarily donate a portion of their earnings to the “Sotheby’s Cares” fund.
The club’s Small Nonprofit Grants Program is designed to provide financial support for specific projects and scholarships in Summit County that merit the club’s support by meeting Rotary International’s core values that help guide the organization and mold our culture.
The club’s annual community grant program provides support to local organizations for programs that are in alignment with Rotary principals and that have a significant scope of impact on the community.
The Bessie Minor Swift Foundation awards grants to programs that provide direct service to help with the implementation or expansion of programs that promote: (1) literacy for children who are below grade level or experiencing difficulty reading; (2) development of reading and writing skills at all age levels; or (3) languages, STEM and STEAM(science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) for preschool, primary and secondary school-aged students.
Beano Solomon is a philanthropist who supports many local Park City nonprofit organizations. Her interest in supporting PC READS is based on personal experiences with others and her deep understanding that children with learning differences often need to be taught differently.