The spirit of giving is rooted deep within Seabrook and flourishes within the Seabrook Community Foundation, a non-profit organization created by town founders, Casey and Laura Roloff.
Each year, funds from the foundation support the local area through donations toward projects and scholarships. The foundation is funded by home sales in Seabrook where one percent of each sale is awarded to the foundation with additional funds provided by other donors.
The foundation is managed by a board of directors who are passionate about the wellbeing and growth of the local community. All of the board members live either in Seabrook, or the surrounding county of Grays Harbor.
For the latest scholarship applications, projects, and other information, visit the official website Seabrook Community Foundation or contact the Executive Director, Christi Boora, at 360-593-9346 or email@example.com.
2021 NEWS & PROJECTS
The Gary Hulet Memorial Scholarship Fund Scramble Golf Tournament
The 2021 Gary Hulet Memorial Scholarship Fund Scramble Golf Tournament is Saturday, September 18th! For more information and a copy of the entry form, please see the Seabrook Community Foundation's Facebook post. The entry form deadline is Monday, September 13th. Proceeds will be distributed to the Gary Hulet Memorial Scholarship Fund to benefit local students.
The Seabrook Community Foundation Scholarship Awards
The Seabrook Community Foundation awarded $85,000 in scholarships funds to 82 local students. Congratulations, students!
A New Scholarship: The Gary Hulet Memorial Scholarship Fund
The scholarship's mission is to provide Grays Harbor students with financial support to pursue school and training through vocational, technical, and community college paths.
The Seabrook Community Foundation Joins AmazonSmile Charitable Organizations
Help the local community through Amazon shopping! Amazon donates 0.5% of eligible AmazonSmile purchases through smile.amazon.com to an organization of the shopper’s choice. The Seabrook Community Foundation is now on the list — just search the Seabrook Community Foundation.
North Beach Senior Center Receives Refrigerator Truck
The North Beach Senior Center was able to purchase a refrigerator truck due to the $20,000 donation from the Seabrook Community Foundation. They have partnered with The Chapel By The Sea to ensure local residents with food insecurities have fresh food available, delivering to Pacific Beach, Copalis, and Humptulips.