Hazel Pattison Memorial Grants Program
In 1991 this program was established in fond memory of Hazel Pattison. She was a high school teacher who also taught weaving, spinning and pottery. At various times she was also a Camp Fire executive, a teacher at the YMCA and the director of the Florence Crittenton Home for unwed mothers. The threads of her life were woven around her family and included a love of nature, an understanding of others and a strong faith in God. She was an active member of the OWG and taught many of us how to weave and spin.
The original Hazel Pattison Memorial Grant is now called the Enrichment Grant. Over the years the Grants program has expanded to include the Education Grant and the Community Outreach Grant all of which are now administered under the name, Hazel Pattison Memorial Grants Program.
Grants are available to persons who have been a member for at least one year and are in good standing.
See individual grant applications for specific details: