Snoqualmie Tribe fund is accepting winter grant applications

January 2, 2013

By Staff

The Snoqualmie Tribe Fund is accepting applications from charitable organizations in Washington state, according to a press release.

The Snoqualmie Tribe Fund has donated more than $2 million in the past three years to organizations working in various areas including arts and culture, community development, education, the environment, and health and social services. Developments supported by donations from the Snoqualmie Tribe Fund include the University of Washington’s House of Knowledge, the Woodland Park Zoo’s More Wonder More Wild exhibit, King County Conservation District’s Cherry Creek restoration project and Bastyr University’s Sacred Seeds Ethnobotanical Trail.

Read more about the organizations and projects at

The deadline for applications is Jan. 31. All applying organizations must have proof of nonprofit status and be located within the state.


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One Response to “Snoqualmie Tribe fund is accepting winter grant applications”

  1. David Cruz, Ed.D. on November 8th, 2013 10:55 am

    Greetings Snoqualmie Tribe:

    Will you be offering grants later this school year? I recently moved from Snoqualmie Middle School to Chief Kanim Middle School. When I arrived, I found some items I need for my classroom and for Chief Kanim.

    Chief Kanim: Staff Laminator
    Classroom: Laptops for my Mindstorm Robots

    Thank you for your time.

    David Cruz, Ed.D.
    Chief Kanim

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