Since 2019, PCC Markets has been a strong supporter and sponsor of United Indians programs and events.
We are proud to announce that PCC’s spring fundraising campaign will benefit our mission to provide educational, cultural and social services that reconnect Indigenous people in the Puget Sound region to their heritage by strengthening their sense of belonging and significance as Native people.
The campaign will run at all stores from April 5th through May 31st, and will feature an in-store donation request that can be made at the register, as well as the sale of a reusable shopping tote.
For additional information, please follow link Fulfilling dreams with the United Indians of All Tribes Foundation | PCC Community Markets (pccmarkets.com) to the PCC Sound Consumer Newsletter highlighting this outstanding partnership.
Tote Available at all Seattle Area PCC Markets
JOIN THE CAMPAIGN
PCC’s spring fundraising campaign will benefit United Indians of All Tribes Foundation, one of its many nonprofit community partners. Learn more about the organization at unitedindians.org and join in by:
Interested in helping maintain the Bernie Whitebear Memorial Garden? Sign up here for that or other volunteer opportunities with the United Indians of All Tribes Foundation.
PCC has partnered with United Indians of All Tribes Foundation on a tote bag by Pacific Northwest-based Indigenous artist Heather Johnston. The tote will be available at all PCC stores and a portion of proceeds will go to the foundation.
PCC’s spring fundraising campaign at all stores from April 5 through May 31 will benefit United Indians of All Tribes Foundation. Donations can be made at the register or online here.