Join us for our free Celebration Event on August 17th, 5:00 - 9:00 PM at The Shed Promontory in Park City, UT

Celebrating Joseph's legacy, our Morelli Scholars, and 10 years of empowering college students with dyslexia through scholarships, recognition, and moentoring.



Salt Lake City,


I am honored to be a Morelli Scholar in this final year of my academia. This honor, means I have made the correct choice. A choice that is authentic and considered unfavorable. It’s a reflection that means more than what ‘could be’ or ‘should’ve been’ better. Instead exists a more present honor; ‘You’ define craftsmanship of true intellectuality. This means going far beyond the standards of common work ethics. An honor that can only be understood by humanity and not the devices they create. The support ensured here, has helped me flourish. I have a duty now to hold these memories dearly. As it will be a shaped honor to donate back to the scholarship program which lifted me to my career.

Read Michaelis’ review of the Morelli Foundation

Read about Michaelis’ involvement with the University of Utah’s Mens Lacrosse Club.

Every November, Live PC Give PC brings Park City and Summit County together for 24 hours of extreme generosity. Supporters both local and nationwide come together for this annual fundraiser. All donations made between now and midnight Nov 3rd count towards our donation goal.

We Need Your Support on November 3, 2023

To date we have awarded over 330 scholarships, totaling more than $550,000. Your gift is helping these young adults receive much needed tutoring, testing, accommodations, resources and tuition support, which can make the difference between success and failure. But more than the financial support, your generous support builds students’ self-esteem and confidence, as well as restores the dream of being worthy and deserving of an education.

We would like to thank Promontory Foundation for their generous matching grant donation!  Please help us reach our goal of $40,000 so that we may continue to change lives!