SNOQUALMIE, WA— On January 1, 2023, the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe will start accepting applications for its Charitable Donations fund. The Tribe is accepting only electronic applications again this year. The application cycle opens January 1st and closes March 31st. Funding decisions will be made in early summer.
2023 Snoqualmie Indian Tribe Charitable Donation Categories:
- Habitat Restoration – Up to $50,000For nonprofit organizations working to restore habitat for fish and wildlife.
- Snoqualmie Valley Community Services – Up to $50,000For nonprofit organizations serving the Snoqualmie Valley and its diverse communities.
- Veterans Services – Up to $50,000For organizations providing services and programming to Veterans and their families.
- Native Services – Up to $50,000For organizations supporting the Native community whether through the arts, health and wellness, culture, or other means.
- Family Services – Up to $50,000For organizations that provide support services for families. Subcategories:
- Homelessness/emergency shelter services
- Infant/Youth services
- Domestic Violence Support
- Food Scarcity
- Other – please specify in your application
- Senior/Elder Services – Up to $50,000For organizations supporting elderly individuals to promote independence and enhance their quality of life.
- Arts & Culture – Up to $50,000For organizations working with artists and community groups and increasing access and diversity in arts and culture.
- Environmental Education – Up to $50,000For organizations working to increase public awareness and knowledge about environmental issues including climate change.
To be eligible to apply, organizations must be actively recognized as a 501c3 nonprofit organization by the IRS and must operate within the State of Washington.
For more information and to access the Charitable Donations application, please visit http://snoqualmietribedonations.us/
The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe is a federally recognized tribe in the Puget Sound region of Washington State. Known as the People of the Moon, Snoqualmie were signatories to the Treaty of Point Elliott in 1855. Tribal enterprises provide over 1,700 jobs in the Snoqualmie Valley, and the Snoqualmie Tribe has donated more than $12 million to nonprofit organizations in Washington State since 2010.