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Bowling for Non-Profit



Non-Profit July Madness at Jupiter Bowl July 26!

On July 26th, The Hope Alliance is competing with other Park City non-profits in a night of fun and fundraising at Jupiter Bowl.

The first place prize is at stake and we need you to cheer loudly to encourage our bowling team to win!!

Tickets are $50 online until July 10th and $75 after July 10th. Tickets at the dorr are $100. We will receive a percentage from each ticket sold (make sure you designate The Hope Alliance on your registration form). 

During the event, there will be additinal incentives to help us raise even more money. 

Food and beverages will be served and there will ba a cash bar. 

Register by July 10th for the early bird discount!






Peru Delegation in Utah

The Hope Alliance met with the Peruvian Delegation on Monday, June 1st at BYU to discuss current and future projects in the Pirua Region of northern Peru. We would like to thank the Delegation for coming out to Utah and for creating great partnerships with so many wonderful organization.

The Hope Alliance partners with People's Health Clinic

The Hope Alliance (THA) partners with People's Health Clinic in Park City, Utah to provide basic eye exams and prescription eyeglasses to the uninsured adults of Summit County. Believe it or not, there are hundreds, if not thousands, of local residents with health-related problems negatively affecting the eyes and who are unable to access eye care that could save their vision. With this incredible collaboration between The Hope Alliance and People's Health, a huge need within our own community was met with the generous grant from the Park City Sunrise Rotary. This grant enables The Hope Alliance to purchase prescription eyeglasses for 40-50 people who are unable to afford them otherwise. With this capability, the visual acuity of numerous local residents will be improved, thus improving their lives.

The Hope Alliance hosted their second vision clinic at People's Health Clinic in Park City, Utah on Wednesday, May 20. They were able to serve 12 Summit County residents who, without the support of THA and the People's Health Clinic, do not have access to prescription glasses or eye care.

Thank you to everyone who made this clinic possible and we look forward to many more local vision clinics. If you are interested in volunteering with The Hope Alliance locally or internationally, please email us at

Help Us Pave the Way!

This summer, Park City Medical Center plans to build a 1,900-square-foot organic community garden on its campus. They will be partnering with The Hope Alliance, along with four additional local non-profit organizations to help raise money for these organizations by selling engraved pavers. By purchasing a permanent, engraved brick, not only will 100% of the proceeds support The Hope Alliance, but it will also "Pave the Way" for the new community garden at the Park City Medical Center! $150/ brick

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