To Apply to the HAZEL MILLER FOUNDATION, consider the following:

  • The Hazel Miller Foundation makes contributions to public organizations that are exempt from taxation and operate for charitable purposes as defined by Code Section 501(c)3. The Foundation is prohibited from making grants to individuals.
  • Projects or beneficiaries must be in South Snohomish County as defined by the Hazel Miller Foundation boundary. The Foundation Board defines the boundary by the same boundary as the Edmonds School District.
  • If you are applying for more than one project, multiple applications must be submitted.
  • The Foundation will consider operating, program, or project requests on a quarterly basis. More detailed information can be found BELOW and on the GRANTS APPLICATION.
  • The Foundation will consider Major Capital requests on an annual basis. More detailed information can be found BELOW and on the MAJOR CAPITAL GRANTS APPLICATION.

Grant applications for operating, program, or project requests will be accepted at any time; however, grant requests will be decided on a quarterly basis (February, May, August, and November). Proposals must be received by the due date to be considered for the upcoming grant cycle.

PROPOSALS are due on the FIRST FRIDAY of January, April, July, and October.

One full copy of the application and supporting documents should be submitted by email (preferred)

info@HazelMillerFoundation.org

OR mailed to :

Hazel Miller Foundation
10016 Edmonds Way, #C257
Edmonds, WA 98020

Recipients will be notified within 90 days of the submission deadline dates unless additional information is required. Requests for information will be forwarded to the contact person listed on the application form.

Facilities, infrastructure, and land are long-term assets that can transform the ability of nonprofit organizations to successfully serve the South Snohomish County community. For this reason, major capital grant requests are generally limited to building, land, or equipment purchases with a request amount above $50,000; however, all capital submissions will be reviewed.

  • Only South Snohomish County nonprofit organizations that are located within the boundary of the Hazel Miller Foundation are qualified to apply for a major capital request.
  • If funded, the Foundation may consider multi-year installments with interim annual reporting.
  • Grant Agreements will be required and fully executed prior to the release of funds.

Major Capital Grant applications will be accepted at any time; however, capital grants will be decided on an annual basis at the August foundation meeting. Proposals must be received by the due date to be considered.

MAJOR CAPITAL GRANT PROPOSALS are due JUNE 15, 2022 for August 2022 consideration. Requests may require a presentation with Q&A as part of the selection process.

One full copy of the application and supporting documents should be submitted by email (preferred)

info@HazelMillerFoundation.org

OR mailed to :

Hazel Miller Foundation
10016 Edmonds Way, #C257
Edmonds, WA 98020

Recipients will be notified within 90 days of the submission deadline dates unless additional information is required. Requests for information will be forwarded to the contact person listed on the application form.

Hazel Miller Memorial Scholarships

The Hazel & Morris Miller Memorial Scholarships for Edmonds School District are administered through the Foundation for Edmonds School District. The Edmonds College Scholarship is administered through the Edmonds College Foundation. Please contact them directly for more information.