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Support United Indians

United Indians of All Tribes Foundation’s work to support Indigenous individuals and family’s economic self-sufficiency, housing stability, cultural connection, school readiness, and health is made possible with support from donors like you. 

We are a Washington nonprofit corporation and a 501(c)(3) organization, with federal tax ID number 91-0889016. All donations are fully tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Thank you for supporting our critical programs and the Indigenous communities we are honored to serve.

Canoe Club Member -Become a Monthly Donor

Our Canoe Club members make ongoing, monthly contributions. Their reliable support helps maintain our cultural center and improve and enhance our services.


Leave a Legacy

A gift through your Will or Trust is one of the most meaningful legacies you can provide for United Indians, and is an effective way to make a significant contribution that might not otherwise be possible.


Community members play an intricate role in shaping the variety and scope of services UIATF is able to provide. Volunteering is one of the most direct and effective ways to get involved.  


Stock Donation

A gift of appreciated securities is one of the most effective means of supporting United Indians of All Tribes Foundation while receiving income tax advantages. Learn more about giving stock.


Buy a Brick

Become a permanent part of the historic Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center!
Please visit our Sacred Paver website to design and purchase a custom brick to be laid into a pathway.

Other Options

Donate by Check
If you’d prefer to send us a donation by check, please mail to:
United Indians of All Tribes Foundation
PO Box 99100
Seattle, WA 98139

Donations of Goods or Services
Please contact us to discuss donations of goods or services. While we appreciate all donations, we are not able to provide tax receipts specifying a dollar value for donated goods or services.

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