Operation Hope 2022
Operation Hope is all about sharing hope and spreading cheer to families. Every December, our generous community donates toys, gift cards, and volunteer time to ensure every family in Summit and Wasatch Counties has a merry Christmas. Read on for important dates and opportunities to get involved in our biggest annual program!
Ways to Get Involved
Host a Toy Drive Drop Box
If you prefer to give financially, online donations are always welcome. Thank you for helping us spread Christmas cheer to families throughout Summit and Wasatch counties!
Volunteer at Operation Hope
Join us in spreading Christmas cheer on December 3 in Wasatch County and December 13 and 14 in Summit County! Volunteers in Wasatch County will help pass out gift cards and Summit County volunteers will help set up a toy store in CCPC's event space. With your help, we can make this the best Operation Hope event yet!
Highlights from Operation Hope 2021
Operation Hope 2021 Served 710 Families, 1,780 Children, and 250 Volunteers
On December 4, 2021, Wasatch County participants received gift cards for $75 per child so parents could shop for their children’s gifts in plenty of time for shipping and wrapping. On December 14 and 15 in Park City, we held our traditional “toy store” event with oodles of toys, books, winter clothing, and more for registered families.
Summit County's Operation Hope
Operation Hope in Summit County served 330 families and 780 children with piles of amazing toys and lots of Christmas cheer!
Operation Hope in Summit County was supported by 230 volunteers serving 880 hours from setup to tear down! Thousands of toys and gifts were provided through toy drives - local schools, real estate agencies, fitness studios, and others rallied around this event!
Wasatch County's Operation Hope
Operation Hope in Wasatch County served 380 families and 1,000 children with gift cards for smooth Christmas shopping!
Operation Hope in Wasatch County was supported by 20 volunteers working 40 hours to distribute gift cards to families. The Wasatch Community Foundation and the Wasatch Parent Network provided helping hands and fundraising support - we are grateful for their partnership!
Christmas Meals and Food Drives
We can't forget to celebrate the efforts of some very special folks who provided Christmas meals for local families and food for our food pantry.
The Agnew family of Park City once again led the effort to rally 200 volunteers, comprised of "Especially for Athletes" students and their families, who provided 600 meals for Operation Hope families in both Summit and Wasatch counties!
The Park City High School National Honor Society food drive was a huge (and heavy) success! These amazing seniors collected 30,000 lbs. of non-perishable food AND loaded it into our pantry storage. Way to go!!