COVID-19 Response

PARK COUNTY COVID-19 RESILIENCE FUND

In response to the anticipated health and economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Park County Community Foundation has launched the Park County COVID-19 Resilience Fund. Local organizations will be the backbone of the response to this unprecedented crisis. Please consider making a gift today to support their work.

 

 

 

The Park County Community Foundation will rely on its deep roots and existing community partnerships to strategically guide fund allocations to the most urgent needs facing Park County. A focus will be made to support those organizations working on the front lines to ensure the health and wellness of:

  • Children and seniors
  • Victims of the virus
  • The hungry
  • The homeless (and those at risk of becoming homeless)
  • Other at-risk residents and emerging community needs

 

In order to adhere to social distancing requirements, we encourage gifts be made online. Checks can also be mailed to:

 

PCCF c/o Park County COVID-19 Resilience Fund

PO Box 2199

Livingston, MT 59047

 

The Park County Community Foundation has waived administrative fees for this fund so that 100% of all gifts will be directed to local nonprofits. (Please note that credit card fees will apply for donations made online.)

 

Organizations interested in applying for immediate relief grants should contact PCCF Executive Director Gavin Clark at gavin.clark@pccf-montana.org.

 

The Park County COVID-19 Resilience Fund was initially seeded thanks to the generosity of the Park County Community Foundation Board of Directors, The Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation, Willow Creek Ranch, Jean Keffeler and David Stanley, and multiple anonymous donors. We are grateful for their confidence and support.