Notable Giving

A Legacy Notable Giving: How Albert’s Vision Lives On

In harmony with Albert’s wish to support those in need in Clallam County, the Board of Directors has since 1992 donated significant amounts to organizations that benefit the entire community.

In addition to scholarship awards, some notable grants have been made to charitable organizations and in support of capital projects.

The Albert Haller Foundation is proud of its record of supporting other area non-profits, supplying the connective tissue that pulls together other NPs for the good of the whole community and provides the ability to leverage limited funds.

Charitable Organizations

Boys and Girls Club of Sequim
   – Club Building, $250,000
City of Sequim
   – Haller Playfields, $140,294
Clallam County Fire District
   – Rescue truck, $50,000
Clallam County Parks
   – Dungeness Boat Launch, $75,000
Concerned Citizens
   – Teen kitchen, $10,000
Dream Playground Foundation
   – Playground equipment, $11,000
Green Alliance for Veterans
   – Robin Hill Victory Garden, $17,000
Museum & Arts Center
   – Dungeness School, elevator, $20,000
Olympic Peninsula YMCA
   – Teen Kitchen, $30,000
Peninsula Behavioral Health
   – Children’s center, $11,000
Port Angeles Skills Center (currently the Lincoln Center)
   – Conference room, $50,000
Sequim Picklers
   – Playfield, $10,000
Sequim School District
   – Future Farmers of America, five acres, $36,200
   – Move historical barn, $15,000
   – Van, $10,000
   – Tractor, $26,728
Sequim Family Advocates
   – Soccer field, $102,500
   – Soccer field parking, $50,000
Sequim Food Bank
   – Truck, $10,000
Shipley Center
   – Health & Wellness Annex, $50,000
United Way
   – 29 years of annual support, $301,200
Volunteer Hospice
   – Delivery truck, $14,000

Notable Giving 1

Dungeness Boat Launch

Notable Giving 2

Future Farmers of America

From a Grateful Recipient:

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“The Albert Haller Playfields would not exist today without the generous grant Sequim Family Advocates received from the Albert Haller Foundation. The Playfields are a community gem and a wonderful reflection of Alebert’s legacy.”

— Dave Shreffler, President, Sequim Family Advocates