Throughout COVID-19, Intermountain Foundation has helped strengthen our services, caregivers, and communities—underscoring how philanthropy is about much more than just fundraising; it’s about being part of a common cause. Here are some of the ways community members are invited to help:

  • Contributing to the Rapid Response Fund, which has seen more than $2 million contributed directly from the community—funds being used for breakthrough medical research, equipment and supplies, and technologies that help patients connect to their loved ones while in the hospital.
  • Significant gifts from community leaders and organizations, including Mark Purcell (longtime Park City resident and Primary Children’s Hospital board member), Tony Finau (professional PGA golfer), Real Salt Lake and Broadway Media Group, the Annie Taylor Dee Foundation, and the doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation.

Visit How You Can Help for more information.