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!
Let's make this our best year yet!
Live PC Give PC is an online "giving day" where community members can come together for 24 hours of online giving to support local non-profits in Park City.
FIRST-TIME DONOR CHALLENGE - A bonus $25 will be added to the donations of the first 500 first-time donors to the Live PC Give PC campaign. If you're a first-time donor to this campaign and pre-schedule your donation of $10 TODAY, you will be able to help The Hope Alliance receive an extra $25!!
We had a fantastic event with a great turn out thanks to the help of our incredible organizing committee and volunteers. Our keynote speaker and In-Country Program Coordinator, Remedor "Robinson" Fritzner, captivated us with his stories of Haiti and his work with our extraordinary Haiti Projects Director, Kym Meehan (our "Haiti Lady") and his passion for serving his country.
We were blown away by our Emcee and outstanding Auctioneer, Ryan Satz, who kept everyone excited and interested during the auction! Huge thanks to our additional guest speakers Jenny Dierson, Dan DeTemple and Jayla Lundstrom, who all warmed our hearts by sharing their experiences of working in Haiti and having their lives changed by the communities around Camatin, Haiti, the people of Haiti and expedition volunteers.
On our latest expedition to Salamá, Guatemala with The Moran Eye Center, The Hope Alliance made national news with our successful vision clinics - as ophthalmologist and Senator, Rand Paul, joined the groups to perform cataract surgeries in the remote Guatemalan town.
The Hope Alliance was featured in articles by MSNBC, the Today Show, the Washington Post, and Breitbart.com.
2-time Pullitzer Prize Winning Photographer Michael S. Williamson took this picture of Jorge Recinos carrying
80-year old Petrona Lopez to her eye surgery appointment at The Hope Alliance/Moran vision clinic because she cannot walk.