Community

We enrich lives through service and hard work by embracing our role as stewards. We partner with local organizations to improve lives in the communities where we live, work, and recreate.

Impact Report

Miller Family Philanthropy Impact Report

The Miller family’s first impact report recaps the Miller Family Philanthropy efforts during 2022 and gives visibility to the incredible work being done by partners to enrich lives in our community.

April 26, 2024

Several Service Projects Took Place on SLC’s West Side Where Larry H. and Gail Miller Were Raised  Employees Exceeded 3,000 Service Hours Across 12 States SANDY, UT (April 26, 2024)—

March 9, 2022

SALT LAKE CITY (Mar. 9, 2022) – The Utah Homelessness Council, supported by the Utah Office of Homeless Services, have partnered with The Utah Impact Partnership to better coordinate efforts and funding

Larry H. & Gail Miller Family Foundation

The Larry H. & Gail Miller Family Foundation was established in 2007 to continue the philanthropic spirit exemplified by Larry and Gail Miller for future generations. The Miller Family Foundation supports programs that enrich lives and communities in the areas of health and medicine, shelter and food security, education and skill development, jobs and economic self-reliance, and cultural and spiritual enrichment.

To submit a request to the Larry H. & Gail Miller Family Foundation, please review our giving guidelines and submit a Letter of Inquiry (LOI) through our Grants Portal.

Education

Larry H. and Gail Miller’s love of education inspired the creation of the Larry H. Miller Education Foundation. By increasing access to education, we change lives, open doors, and create the next generation of leaders. Educational opportunities allow more individuals to reach their highest levels of excellence, achieve their dreams, do more good in the world, and carry our legacy forward.
June 16, 2021

Each year, deserving students from diverse backgrounds receive the Larry H. and Gail Miller Enrichment Scholarship to further their academic pursuits at The University of Utah and help them make

February 23, 2021

Gail Miller had to drop out of college to work full-time to support her family after her father suffered a debilitating stroke. Larry H. Miller was a self-professed poor student,

Driven 2 Teach

Driven 2 Teach is designed to make American history come alive by taking teachers out of the classroom and introducing them to important historical sites all over the country.

Latest Giving Stories

Our mission to enrich lives and commitment to “Go about doing good until there’s too much good in the world” give us countless ways to engage in our communities. Click “Doing Good” to see the latest stories.

April 13, 2024

New Field Lights Will Improve Safety and Extend Playing Hours at Riverside Park Rose Park Baseball Celebrates Start of 2024 Season at Riverside Park The Larry H. & Gail Miller

February 26, 2024

The Antelope Island Learning Center and Utah Water Ways will educate Utahns about the Great Salt Lake and the importance of water conservation The Larry H. & Gail Miller Family

February 8, 2024

A new children’s hospital is set to open in Lehi this month to help meet critical health care access needs in fast-growing Utah and southern Salt Lake counties. The facility

February 8, 2024

The Larry H. & Gail Miller Family Foundation donated $22 million toward redevelopment of Salt Lake City’s Ballpark neighborhood, specifically Smith’s Ballpark, which will be vacant after the 2024 season.

January 30, 2024

Ginette Bott, president and CEO of Utah Food Bank, said food bank workers noticed some inefficiencies after the pandemic and decided to make changes to adjust to the growing population.

January 10, 2024

SANDY, UT (January 10, 2024) – The grandchildren of philanthropists Larry H. and Gail Miller led a collective effort to donate $330,000 to the Maui Strong Fund through the Miller

November 20, 2023

More Than 2,000 Meals Served at the Salt Palace Convention Center For the 25th consecutive year, the Miller family and the Larry H. Miller organization provided a Thanksgiving meal for individuals

February 17, 2023

SALT LAKE CITY (February 14, 2023) — The Larry H. & Gail Miller Family Foundation is donating $3.5 million to the Huntsman Mental Health Foundation (HMHF). The gift will help fund construction

December 20, 2022

SALT LAKE CITY — Melissa Meyers started bringing her family to the annual Larry H. Miller Christmas Carol Sing-Along when her oldest child was about 5 years old. Almost three

November 22, 2022

Monday marks the 24th consecutive year the family, with other partners, has fed the Beehive State’s most vulnerable residents this holiday week. One of Utah’s most influential families served up

November 16, 2022

More Than 3,000 Meals to be Served at the Salt Palace Convention Center. Added Services include Dental Check-ups, Vaccinations, Diabetes Awareness, Bike Repair, Pet Care, and More Driven to Assist:

November 3, 2022

For 20 years, students have received the Larry H. and Gail Miller Enrichment Scholarship to further their academic pursuits at the University of Utah and help them make significant contributions

Stewardship

The Larry H. Miller Company is committed to responsible growth and sustainability. In 2019, the LHM Company joined the Utah Sustainable Business Coalition, an organization of business and community partners coming together to help improve the sustainability of our communities.
Daybreak community plan
Daybreak community plan

Daybreak’s Sustainable Approach to Water Conservation

From the very beginning, the goal of Daybreak was to set a new standard for sustainable, high-quality development in the Salt Lake Valley. The following new urbanist design principles still lead our efforts almost 20 years later.

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The Larry H. Miller Company is committed to responsible growth and sustainability.

Larry H. Miller Megaplex Theatres has made significant strides towards sustainability, including reducing waste and increasing recycling at facilities by converting cooking oil into biodiesel fuel, installing Dyson Air Blade hand dryers in all restrooms, and installing automated water shut-off on restroom sinks.

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How this Utah Nonprofit is Tackling the State’s Rental Crisis

The Utah Housing Preservation Fund works to stop existing affordable rental units from being sold, remodeled and listed at unaffordable prices. “It’s been a fantastic, very fulfilling opportunity… to really help those in need,” said Doug Harris, fund manager and Vice President of UHPF.

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