Visit the Charitable Foundation page on the Lauzier website at www.lauzier.org. A new application link is posted every January. The deadline is the end of April, and funding is disbursed in June each year.
There is no geographical limitation, but the foundation prefers to fund programs and projects located in rural communities in central and eastern Washington, with an emphasis in Grant County. The PLCF funds both long-term pledges over multiple years and one-time annual gifts.
The PLCF provides grants to tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organizations in support of community development, youth programs, public health and safety, education, and agriculture. Schools, towns, cities, healthcare entities, and governmental agencies may also apply.
Yes! The Paul Lauzier Foundation strongly supports students pursuing all forms of vocational education.
No, but scholarships are available every academic year. Students may apply for a scholarship regardless of whether or not he or she has been previously selected to receive an award. Also, students previously awarded a scholarship are not assured of receiving future funding. Each year is a new selection process.