Read about some of the many ways Charitable Contributions Fund has helped our community.

Tulalip Cares Arts & Culture honored recipient Mount Baker Theater.

Arts & Culture

Mount Baker Theater

Tulalip Cares Recipient for 2015, Christmas House.

Education & Youth

Christmas House

Tulalip Cares Recipient for 2015, Horses Healing Heros.

Social Services

Horses Healing Heros

Tulalip Cares Natural Resources and Environment Featured Charity, Sound Cares.

Natural Resources & Environment

Sound Action

Community Food Bank Cooler and Freezer Charitable Contributions Tulalip Cares, Totem Middle School Freezer on the left and Cooler on the right Charitable Contributions Tulalip Cares The freezer and inside the freezer Charitable Contributions Tulalip Cares The cooler and inside the cooler Charitable Contributions Tulalip Cares Charitable Contributions Tulalip Cares Charitable Contributions Tulalip Cares Charitable Contributions Tulalip Cares Charitable Contributions Tulalip Cares Charitable Contributions Tulalip Cares

charitable contributions mission

Charitable Contributions Fund provides the opportunity for a sustainable and healthy community for all. The Tulalip Tribes strives to work together with the community to give benefits back to others to help build a stronger neighborhood. That's why, in Tulalip, it is traditional to “raise our hands” to applaud and give thanks to those who have given to us. We “raise our hands” to the numerous organizations in our region that contribute to our communities.

Tulalip Tribes Charitable Contributions Helps Give Food to People in Need

We Are Tulalip

The Tulalip Tribes are federally recognized successors in interest to the Snohomish, Snoqualmie, Skykomish and other allied tribes and bands signatory to the Treaty of Point Elliott.

The 22,000 acre Tulalip Indian Reservation is located north of Everett and the Snohomish River, and west of Marysville, Washington. The Tribes maintain an aggressive environmental preservation program, both on and off of the Reservation.

Charitable Giving

The Quil Ceda Village of the Tulalip Tribes donates funds to the local community as approved by the Tulalip Tribes Board of Directors. Qualifying programs may only be funded once each calendar year to help improve arts and culture, education and youth, social services, public services and the environment.

The Tulalip Tribes Charitable Contribution Funds program has assisted over 245 charitable organizations with over 50 million dollars since 1993 working in partnership with the surrounding communities including Marysville, Everett and Snohomish County to make a positive difference. Many of these programs are documented here including the six featured charitable organizations on this page. Tulalip Cares is pleased to demonstrate the past efforts and looks forward to receiving and funding qualifying proposals for benefiting the community in the future.