Helping to save the earth we share is a big fight, and we need the help of trusted friends and allies. Since 1981 the Lewis Family Foundation has donated more than $200 million in 70 countries around the world. Over the years, we have forged strong strategic partnerships with these courageous activist leaders. They inspire us to make change happen, and we are very proud to work alongside and fund these leaders.
Park City Education Foundation funds initiatives that inspire all Park City students to successfully reach their academic and life-long potential.
Utah Clean Energy is committed to creating a future that ensures healthy, thriving communities for all, empowered and sustained by clean energy.
Mountain Towns 2030 is a coalition of mountain towns committed to achieving aggressive carbon reduction goals by 2030.
High Fives focuses on preventing life-changing injuries and provides resources and hope if they happen.
Utah Avalanche Center’s mission is to keep people on top of the greatest snow on earth.
The Glendale Education Foundation is a “community” of individuals coming together for a common goal, to provide outstanding schools for the children in the Glendale Unified School District.
Friends of Cedar Mesa works to ensure that the public lands in San Juan County, with all their cultural and natural values, are respected and protected.
Ski Utah is dedicated to promoting the ski and snowboard industry in the great state of Utah.
Protect Our Winters is the leading climate advocacy group for the winter sports community. The nonprofit that focuses its efforts on legislation regarding climate change.
Park City Community Foundation is creating an enduring philanthropic community to benefit all the people of Park City.
Park City Recycle’s mission is to engage the community in practicing resource conservation through recycling services, education, outreach, and advocacy.
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