Haller Foundation grants listed

SEQUIM — Here is a list of the 2023 Albert Haller Foundation grants.

Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula (1) — $4,750, for meals for disadvantaged youths

Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula (2) — $4,750, for emergency school clothes, hygiene and school supplies for youths in need.

Camp Beausite Northwest — $5,150, for programs assisting Clallam County residents with special needs.

Clallam County Juvenile and Family Services — $3,150, to fund a variety of support services, resources for families in need.

Clallam-Jefferson Pro Bono Lawyers — $5,150, for operating expenses associated with providing free legal aid.

Clallam Mosaic — $5,150, for Day Program assisting those living with disabilities.

College Success Foundation — $3,150, for activities for Port Angeles youths including college campus visits, career field trips, college fairs, etc.

Concerned Citizens — $5,150, to help purchase a van that will transport children to and from the Sunshine and Rainbow daycare year-round, and transport food during summer months.

Crescent Cooperative Preschool — $4,340, for tuition assistance; healthy snacks and meals program; sock and waterproof clothing; replacement printer, and replacement of garden supplies.

Crescent School District — $5,150, for Crescent Afters (after school) Program, special needs play area and Career Technical Education offerings.

Dungeness Valley Health & Wellness Clinic — $9,500, for patients services and clinic management.

Feiro Marine Life Center — $3,150, for Elementary Science: Watershed Investigations program.

First Step Family Support Center — $7,000, for food items at new community pantry/refrigerator; for goods and services going to low-income families, and staff time to sort, clean and stock items at free clothing/equipment closets.

Forks Community Food Bank — $9,500, for much-needed food items.

Habitat for Humanity of Clallam County — $8,240, for Aging in Place program, helping seniors live independently.

Healthy Families of Clallam County — $7,000, for basic needs of clients and children.

Joyce Community Education Foundation — $5,500, for food, clothing and more for rural students in need.

Kathleen Sutton Fund — $9,500, to reimburse transportation costs for women to get to cancer treatments.

Lutheran Community Services Northwest-Clallam Community Resource Center — $9,500, for stove, refrigerator and food pantry expenses.

Lower Elwha Housing Authority — $8,020, for education, supplies and assistance to families to maintain their homes.

Makah Food Bank — $9,500, for food and essential items.

New Hope Food Bank — $9,500, for food resources for new families and to subsidize Thanksgiving, Christmas boxes.

Olympic Community Action Programs (OlyCAP) — $5,150, for low-income Encore! Adult Day Center operations.

Olympic Nature Experience — $4,150, for support of outdoor education services, particularly those at-risk, low-income families.

Olympic Peninsula YMCA — $4,150, for Family Resource Navigator with an emphasis on teens, families.

Olympic Unitarian Universalist Fellowship — $9,500, for Little Free Pantry food and Little Free Library books.

Peninsula Behavioral Health — $7,000, to help clients meet transportation costs.

Peninsula Pre-Three Cooperative — $4,150, for reduction of tuition costs, teacher wages, family financial assistance.

Port Angeles Education Foundation — $3,000, for Basic Needs program providing clothes, shoes, graduation gowns, class fees.

Port Angeles Farmers Market — $8,000, for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.

Port Angeles Food Bank — $9,500, for Friday Food Bag Program serving local youths.

Port Angeles School District-Americorps Program — $9,500, for Out of School Enrichment programming at elementary schools, high school.

Prevention Works! — $5,150, for newsletter costs and to help with other nonprofits develop a local resource guide.

Red Cross — $6,000, for Home Fire Campaign assisting families after home fires.

Salvation Army-Port Angeles — $9,500, for food and needed supplies.

Sequim Community Aid — $8,000, for rent, utility assistance for residents in need.

Sequim Food Bank — $9,500, for Weekend Meal Bag program.

Sequim School District — $9,500, for Olympic Peninsula Academy library books, 6 Books for Summer program at elementary schools and 200 copies of “The Boys in the Boat” for high school students.

Serenity House of Clallam County — $9,500, for repairing and resurfacing of Evergreen Family Village parking lot.

Seventh Day Adventist Church — $8,000, for trailer that will provide hot showers for homeless individuals.

Soroptimist International of the Olympic Rain Forest — $4,750, for Backpack Project that discretely distributes food to children in need.

Soroptimist Oncology Support — $4,750, for funds or gas cards to patients needing assistance with travel to chemotherapy, radiation treatment.

St. Matthew Lutheran Church — $9,500, for Free Wednesday Night Dinner food, supplies.

St. Vincent de Paul-Queen of Angeles Conference — $5,150, for helping residents pay utility bills.

St. Vincent de Paul-St. Joseph’s Conference — $8,000, for rent assistance, utilities assistance, basic needs.

The Answer For Youth (TAFY) — $9,500, for Tickets to Health program that provides a Christmas meal for those in need.

Trinity United Methodist Church — $3,650, for scholarships, supplies, furniture, executive director salary.

United Way of Clallam County — $9,500, for annual campaign to distribute funds to partner agencies.

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County (1) — $8,100, for nursing supplies to support hospice and palliative patients.

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County (2) — $1,400, for purchase of iPads to replace aging models.

Washington National Park Fund — $5,500, for Adventures in Your Big Backyard program reaching economically challenged youths in Sequim, Port Angeles.

West Olympic Betterman Association — Feeding 5000 project providing hot meals to public.

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