About the
Hazel Miller Foundation

Committed to community giving.

The Hazel Miller Foundation was founded in 2009 to support the greater Edmonds and South Snohomish community. Hazel’s legacy continues through grants awarded to organizations focused on:

Education

Youth Services

Hunger and Poverty
Alleviation

Civic and Community
Services and
Amenities

The
Environment

Diversity

Culture and
the Arts

and more…

The Foundation’s Mission

The Hazel Miller Foundation provides grants to community-based organizations that support our neighbors and make our community an even better place to live, work, and learn. 

Hazel Miller's signature over aeriel shot of Edmonds.

Get to Know Hazel Miller

As a young woman, Hazel moved to Seattle where she fell in love and married Morris Miller. Together they owned and operated a very successful business called Seattle Quilt Manufacturing Company, makers of the famous “comfy” sleeping bag. 

After many years they sold the business, retired, and enjoyed the last 30 years of their lives in Edmonds, WA. They enjoyed frequenting Claire’s in downtown Edmonds, were avid salmon sport fishermen, and committed community members.

Hazel Miller Hall at Edmonds College.
Hazel Miller Hall at Edmonds College

The Hazel Miller Foundation Board of Directors

Maria Montalvo

Maria Montalvo

Chair

Executive Director, Educational Foundation

Hazel Miller Foundation logomark.

Leigh Bennett

Vice Chair

Attorney at Law

Diana White

Diana White

Secretary

Community Leader

Hazel Miller Foundation logomark.

Dick Ellis

Treasurer

Retired, Community Leader

Board Members

Pat Shields

Pat Shields

Board Chair,
Edmonds Food Bank

Shannon Burley

Shannon Burley

Deputy Parks, Recreation, Cultural & Human Services Director, City of Edmonds

Alicia Crank

Alicia Crank

Executive Director,
Seattle CityClub