Public Service Announcements

KPCW helps to connect our community through free public service announcements for non-profit organizations working and based in the Wasatch Back

PSAs are announcements about the events and activities of non-profit organizations only in KPCW’s broadcast area of Summit and Wasatch counties.

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To see events run by non-profits, look at our Events Calendar here.

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To submit an PSA on an EVENT, click here.

  • Concerts, Workshops, Seminars and Weekly Meetings are Events.

To submit a PSA on a PROGRAM/ACTIVITY, click here.

  • Volunteer Recruiting, Sign-up/Registrations Periods, Long-running Programs, Safety Announcements, fall under Programs.

 

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All PSAs will be available on our website, and read by our on-air volunteer DJs and show hosts, for up to two weeks. Sometimes, we even post them on Facebook, and Twitter. Each non-profit organization can have up to three PSAs total (Events and Programs) announced at one time. Non-profits can purchase additional spots from our Underwriting Department. Please allow one business day for your PSA to be approved to air. KPCW reserves the right to edit content for reading ease, length, appropriateness or FCC rules.

To edit your PSA or have it removed contact Ethel Preston at epreston@kpcw.org.

Scroll through our events here:

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Or, look at our Events Calendar here.

And scroll below for PSAs of Activities and Programs.

As of May 2, all Heber Light and Power customers will receive a new account number. Some methods of payment, including auto-payment, will be also be affected. Call the HL&P office at 435-654-1581 if you have any questions.

CONNECT

Apr 28, 2016
Summit County

 Do you, a friend or loved one struggle with mental illness? CONNECT, a new Summit County non-profit, is promoting better understanding of mental illness. Join them during Mental Health Awareness Month in May for films, talks, and book displays at local libraries. For more information, go to Facebook.com/ConnectSummitCounty.

Dryland Training

Apr 27, 2016
courtesy Park City Recreation

The PC MARC is offering a special Dryland Training program for individuals seeking personal training in a high-energy, group setting. The class will be held Mondays and Wednesdays May 18 to June 29, 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. Designed to sculpt and strengthen, the class is led by fitness coach Jillian Vogtli, who is a former U.S. Ski Team athlete and two-time Olympian. The class fee is $155, and the registration deadline is May 14. For info and to register, visit parkcityrecreation.org or call 615-5400.

Fitness Floor 101

Apr 21, 2016
courtesy Park City Recreation

The PC MARC is offering an introductory fitness floor orientation on Saturday, April 30 from 9:30 to 10 a.m. This is an opportunity to learn how the machines work, gym etiquette, and the different areas of the fitness floor. It’s free for pass holders. Drop in rates apply for others. For more info, visit parkcityrecreation.org or call 615-5400.

courtesy Park City Recreation

Girls ages five and older are invited to improve their skateboard skills in this fun, no-pressure clinic. Instruction will be provided for all levels on Sundays May 1 to May 22, 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. at the Park City Skate Park. The fee is $60 per individual or $85 for two when registering with a friend. Registration deadline is May 1. For info and to register, visit parkcityrecreation.org or call 615-5400.

Camping is a great way for girls to explore leadership, build skills, and develop a deep appreciation for nature. Create your own unique camping experience, make new friends, and have fun. You don’t have to be a Girl Scout to attend. Camp is open to every girl, everywhere. Register at http://www.gsutah.org/en/camp/ways-to-camp/summer-camp.html
 

courtesy Summit County

The Summit County Health Department has created a 'Mental Health and Substance Abuse Needs Assessment' survey for County residents.  The survey's goal is to identify potential gaps and barriers to mental health services in Summit County. Based on those answers, the Health Department will develop a plan to better meet community needs. 

  

Do you want to make a child’s life better, forever? Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah is seeking volunteers to become mentors to youth in Park City. Mentors meet 2-4 times per month with their Littles to do fun activities and develop a lasting relationship. This little bit of time can make a big difference in the life of a child. For more information, please contact Emily Medlock at 435-649-9366 or emily.medlock@bbbsu.org.