Past Grant Recipients

Our grants help local community-based organizations make an even greater impact.

2023 Grant Recipients

No project is too small or too big for consideration. We aim to support local organizations that serve
the community we all care so much about.

The Foundation has awarded over $13 million in grants to date.

A few ways the Foundation helped organizations do even more

1,500 Wardrobes for the New School Year

Clothes for Kids received a grant from the Foundation to support their Clothing Wardrobe Project for the Edmonds School District – providing over 1,500 students with full school wardrobes.

Creating Artwork in Edmonds

Edmonds Floretum Garden Club has been beautifying the City of Edmonds through plants, flowers, and horticulture since 1922. The grant will be used for the Centennial Celebrating Mosaic Artwork that will be displayed on 6th and Bell in downtown Edmonds.

20 Birthday Parties for Kids in Need

Imagine the excited chatter of the children as they assembled to play games and sing songs. Imagine the light in the birthday child’s eyes as gifts were ripped open to the delight of everyone there. And then imagine the parents with a rare, genuine smile, watching their child feel loved and special. And maybe, just maybe, when everyone went to bed that night at the shelter that had given them a safe place to stay, the future looked a little bit brighter. With a gift from the Hazel Miller Foundation, Birthday Dreams was able to provide supplies for 20 birthday parties in our South Snohomish County community.

Supporting a Cleaner and Healthier Puget Sound Through
Virtual Classes
Artwork in Edmonds

Made in Puget Sound’s mission is to inspire greater conservation of the local ecosystem and underwater for future generations. The will be used to educate with YouTube live streaming classes through the PugetSound Underwater – LIVE! program.

Continue to Offer a “Hand Up” to Community Members

The Hand Up Project is a true community that offers authentic hope to people who are struggling with homelessness and addiction. Because they recognize the inherent value in all people, a hand-up is offered through various programs, including The Advocates Program and the Housing/Respite Program. The Hazel Miller Foundation enjoyed learning about their programs this past grant cycle and awarded The Hands Up Project a supportive gift to help them continue their much-appreciated service to our community.