Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians donates almost $400,000 to first responders
ARLINGTON, Wash., April 20, 2023—The Stillaguamish Tribe announced two donations today totaling $396,700 to local emergency service first responders.
The largest donation, of $200,000 was given to the Snohomish County Fire District #21 who provide fire protection services for Arlington and Darrington. A second donation of $196,700 was given to the Snohomish County Fire District #25 who provide fire protection services for Granite Falls and Monroe.
These donations will help support the important work that these organizations do in our community during times of emergencies.
“Our Tribe is committed to supporting our neighbors in their time of need,” Tribal Chairman of the Stillaguamish Tribe, Eric White said.
Snohomish County Fire Districts 21 and 25 thanked and applauded the Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians for their generosity and support to the community’s first responders.
About Stillaguamish Tribe: The Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians is a federally recognized Indian tribe, composed of descendants of the Sto-luck-wa-mish and a party to the Treaty of Point Elliot of January 22, 1855, whose ancestors customarily inhabited the areas along the Stillaguamish River drainage and surrounding environs in Whidbey Basin.
For more information about the Stillaguamish Tribe, the work they do in the community and their historical significance to the region, please visit https://www.stillaguamish.com.
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