Meadowbrook, Camp Korey, STEM, pets get Snoqualmie Tribe fund help

The Snoqualmie Tribe Fund recently awarded donations to 113 organizations following its winter application cycle. For this funding cycle, 83 grant recipients were new, and 44 of the funded organizations are located in the Snoqualmie Valley.

An expansion of the trail system at Meadowbrook Farm, Camp Korey’s farm-to-table program, Snoqualmie Valley School District’s STEM programs, and microchipping and vaccinations for Snoqualmie Valley pets were a few of the new local projects to receive grant funding. Organizations receiving continued support from the Snoqualmie Tribe Fund this cycle included Mount Si High School’s Booster Club, the Mount Si Food Bank, Sno Valley Tilth and the Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum.

The Snoqualmie Tribe Fund prioritizes organizations with a work focus on community development, the environment, arts and culture, health and human services, and education. Since late 2010, the Snoqualmie Tribe Fund has donated just over $2.8 million. Recipients are all federally recognized charitable organizations located in Washington.

The Snoqualmie Tribe Fund will soon begin its summer cycle of grants. Deadline for applying for a grant is July 31. Learn more at under “Community Investments.”


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