Amplify Your Impact
in South Snohomish County

The Hazel Miller Foundation wants to help.

The Foundation provides grants to community-based organizations in Edmonds and the South Snohomish County area committed to helping members of our community not only survive but thrive.

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2023 Award Recipients

The Hazel Miller Foundation supports local community organizations of all sizes, needs, and disciplines who are eager to help our neighbors and community succeed. 

A little bit about Hazel

Hazel and Morrie Miller.

Hazel understood the power of community giving.

Hazel Miller saw the beauty in all of Edmonds and the surrounding area. Her vision was to give back to a community that she and her husband, Morrie, cared so much about. Hazel passed away in 2009 but her legacy continues through the Foundation that was created to benefit the people of Edmonds and South Snohomish County.

Hazel Miller Foundation Grant Qualifications

The Foundation provides grants to organizations that serve our community. Grants are awarded to:

  • Public organizations that are exempt from taxation and operate for charitable purposes as defined by Code Section 501(c)3.
  • Non-profit organizations focused on education and youth services, poverty alleviation and hunger, civic and community services and amenities, the environment, diversity, culture, and the arts.
  • Community-based organizations within the boundaries of the Edmonds School District.
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4 reasons your organization should apply for a Hazel Miller Foundation grant

The Foundation’s grants extend the impact of your hard work.

There are little to no restrictions on what you can request funding for.

Organizations can apply for multiple grants with individual applications.

There are no minimum grant amount requirements. Major capital grant requests are considered on an annual basis.

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