Are you a Friend of the Snoqualmie Tribe?
The Snoqualmie Tribe prides itself on having partnerships and relationships with many organizations across Washington State, mirroring its far reaching members who reside mostly within the counties of King, Snohomish, Pierce, Island and Mason, but also all across the state and country. These partnerships are beneficial and enriching for both Tribal members and outside organizations and include nonprofits, city governments, local agencies, and businesses.
Since being federally restored in 1999, the Snoqualmie Tribe has partnered with many organizations on projects that have benefited those who reside in the Snoqualmie Valley and beyond. They include the Carnation/Tolt traffic light, the Snoqualmie YMCA, the University of Washington’s House of Knowledge, river restoration along the Snoqualmie, funding of the Snoqualmie Valley Schools District STEM programs, and over 3 million in donations to Washington State charities to help fund many projects, initiatives, and events.
Through these relationships and partnerships the Tribe is also able to better serve its members and Tribal families through unique learning and interaction opportunities with such organizations as the Seattle Art Museum and the Woodland Park Zoo, the National Park Service, the Seattle Aquarium, and the American Heart Association.
The Snoqualmie Tribe celebrates the diversity in these relationships, which parallel the complex people, culture, heritage, and lands we seek to protect and preserve.
The Tribe will be starting a "Friends of the Snoqualmie Tribe" initiative to recognize and celebrate valued partnering organizations and interested individuals who share and support the Tribe's visions and values. To find out more please continue to visit this page for more updates.
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