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Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians makes $100,000 in holiday donations

Arlington, Wash., December 13, 2023—In an extraordinary show of generosity and community commitment, the Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians has made significant donations, each worth $100,000 to several local charities in the region. This action underlines the Tribe’s long-standing tradition of giving back to the community and reinforcing the bonds of unity, support, and mutual respect that have long characterized the relationship between the Tribe and the broader community.

“Through these significant donations, we aim to empower local charities that work tirelessly for the betterment of our community,” said Tribal Chairman Eric White. “Charities and non-profit organizations play a pivotal role in creating a thriving, inclusive, and resilient community. We’re pleased to be able to support their work through our contributions.”

Stillaguamish donations
SOURCE: Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians.

The Tribe’s commitment to making a positive impact in its local community remains a core aspect of its identity and ethos. These latest donations are a testament to the Tribe’s dedication to supporting the well-being and prosperity of their local community.

Donations of $100,000 were made to: Arlington Food Bank, A Christmas Wish, Bender’s One Big Give benefiting Seattle Children’s Hospital Foundation, Providence General Foundation, and Cocoon House.

Stillaguamish donations
SOURCE: Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians.

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.


SOURCE: Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians press release

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