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Scholarships

2014 applications are posted!

Scholarships are awarded annually to graduates of Grant County high schools attending college or vocational school within the State of Washington. Students pursuing graduate degrees are also eligible to apply.

In 2013, 212 scholarships were awarded totaling $456,900.00.

DEADLINE: THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 2014

Grants

Charitable grants are awarded annually in support of community development, youth programs, public health and safety, education, and agriculture in rural communities in central and eastern Washington, with an emphasis on funding within Grant County.

In 2013, 22 grants were awarded totaling $462,525.00

DEADLINE: THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 2014

Latest News

The Paul Lauzier Foundation office will be closed from Monday, March 31 until Thursday, April 10.

Current Office Hours:

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

 



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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.

Since 1997, the Paul Lauzier Scholarship Foundation has awarded 3,723 scholarships totaling $7,786,000.00. During that time, the Paul Lauzier Charitable Foundation has awarded grants totaling $7,535,760.00. 

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