Park City Community Foundation grants $400,000 to local nonprofits

PARK CITY, Utah — In a press release from September 14, Park City Community Foundation announced grants totaling to $400,000 given to 57 different nonprofits that work to improve the Park City community. Deer Valley Resort contributed $100,000 of the total amount to the grants, with Christian Center of Park City and CONNECT listed as the top grant recipients, receiving $12,500 each.

The collected grants are named the 2022 Community Fund, and were awarded to representatives from the 57 nonprofits on September 14 in front of a 200 person crowd. The 2022 Community Fund is part of the $2.25 million of contributions the Park City Community Foundation has granted since it was created fifteen years ago.

Joel Zarrow, President and CEO of Park City Community Foundation said the following in the press release:

“Local nonprofits are critical in helping our community to be resilient and strong. This year, we have provided Community Fund grants ranging from $1,500 to $15,000 to more nonprofits than ever before. The grants provide mental health support, youth arts and sports programs, high quality affordable childcare, trails and open space, affordable housing, legal assistance, and much more.”

Funds from the Park City Community Foundation are distributed by a committee that “thoroughly reviews community needs, conducts site visits with the nonprofits, and analyzes organizations’ financials” before they are given.

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