The mission of the Promontory Foundation is to serve the unmet needs of the Park City Community in the areas of the Arts, Culture and Social Services by providing matching dollars for worthwhile programs addressing these areas. The vision is to provide opportunities for everyone to give in both deeply personal and truly collaborative ways.
The Sorenson Legacy Foundation was created to improve the lives of others and the world in which we live. Founded by the late biotechnology pioneer and entrepreneur James LeVoy Sorenson and his wife, education philanthropist Beverley Taylor Sorenson, the foundation provides support for a wide range of endeavors, from community development and education to health care, scientific and artistic pursuits.
Wilson Language Training believes that the ability to read opens up a world of possibilities to the individual. Reading is a door to personal, spiritual, and intellectual growth as well as a necessity for a secure future in an evolving global economy. Wilson Language Training’s mission is to provide quality professional learning and ongoing support so that educators have the skills and tools they need to help their students become fluent, independent readers, who are ready to explore the endless possibilities the world of reading has to offer.
University of Virginia, Curry School of Education
Blame it on Gutenberg
We are honored to be able to sponsor the documentary Blame It On Gutenberg, a powerful film about the evolving science of dyslexia, dueling theories of how to teach reading, and one family’s landmark struggle with an unresponsive school system. The film features numerous individuals whose experience and expertise they generously shared.
Blame It On Gutenberg is a non-profit project that is relying on viewer and sponsor support to help defray the cost of producing the film. All donations are tax-deductible through the 501-c3 oversight of the Filmmakers Collaborative and will help to move the film to wider distribution for greater impact on our students’ lives.
You may watch the entire one-hour documentary for free. We encourage you to share this important film with everyone who is a stakeholder in education and literacy outcomes for all students