Hearth and Hill, Park City’s award-winning “gathering spot,” continues to serve the community and their staff members – on and off the menu. From financial support, free meals for local families, and flu shots to keep their staff safe and healthy, Hearth and Hill seeks new ways to help their neighbors in need.
“Although we’re heading into the winter season with an optimistic point of view, we know there is still a lot of need in our community,” said Proprietor Brooks Kirchheimer. “We are proud to be able to create opportunities to raise money for local organizations, as well as provide Thanksgiving turkeys and flu shots to all of our Hearth and Hill associates. Regardless of our world’s circumstances, we will always be dedicated to finding ways to give back in meaningful ways.”
Hearth and Hill continues to support the Park City community through months of challenges and uncertainty. Since the summer, the restaurant has hosted a series of Matching Nights to benefit local organizations, and has provided food and flu shots to their staff and members of the community. Initiatives and funds raised include:
– Matching Nights
o $800 to Park City Day School
o $600 to EATS Park City
o $1,000 to Park City Ski & Snowboard Team
– Provided 100 meals to families through EATS Park City
– Distributed free turkeys to all Hearth and Hill staff
– Coordinated flu shots for all staff and made it available to other businesses in the surrounding area
Hearth and Hill is committed to the well-being of their staff and every guest they serve. As global conditions continue to evolve, the restaurant is diligent in following stringent social distancing, mask wearing and other health and safety protocols, as mandated by the Summit County Health Department.