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Scholarships

218 scholarships totaling $515,800 were awarded to Grant County students in 2015. 

4,136 scholarships totaling $8,763,900 have been awarded since 1997.

THE APPLICATION PROCESS IS CLOSED FOR 2016.

High School Senior Application

Alumni/College Application

Charitable/Community

A total of $514,600 was awarded this year, which brings the overall total of charitable grant funding to $8,504,128.

Charitable grants are awarded annually in support of community development, youth programs, public health and safety, education and agriculture.

THE 2016 GRANT APPLICATION IS NOW POSTED.  CLICK THE LINK BELOW OR THE CHARITABLE TAB ABOVE TO APPLY ONLINE THROUGH ZOOMGRANTS.  THE DEADLINE IS FRIDAY, APRIL 29.

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Latest News

The Paul Lauzier Foundation was proud to support SamScramble 2016!  Proceeds of this year's event were donated to the organization Cancer Can't, which provides funding for hospital room upgrades for oncology patients undergoing treatment at Sacred Heart Hospital in Spokane. 


Current Office Hours:

  • Mon-Thurs, 8am-3pm
  • Closed Friday

Welcome


The Paul Lauzier Foundation was created pursuant to the Last Will and Testament of Paul Lauzier. Mr. Lauzier supported numerous religious, educational and charitable causes during his life. To that end, he developed an estate plan designed to continue his legacy of charitable giving.

Half of the net income from the assets of Mr. Lauzier’s estate is distributed through the Paul Lauzier Scholarship Foundation for college scholarships to Grant County students. The other half of the net income is distributed through the Paul Lauzier Charitable Foundation in the form of grants for community development, youth programs, public health and safety, education and agriculture.

Learn more about Paul Lauzier