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  • Potlatch
    spirit of gift giving Our Mission To inspire and build upon the Native tradition of giving and to expand philanthropy within Tribal Nations and Native Communities in the Northwest Brochure Media Kit From the potlatch to the powwow building community and sharing wealth have always resided in the Indian spirit Potlatch Fund continues this tradition through grants and leadership development in Tribal communities throughout Washington Idaho Oregon and Montana See

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  • Potlatch
    Leaders Philanthropy Training Workshops Leadership Development Philanthropy Donate List of Donors Events Gala Silent Auction Native Professionals Night Photo and Video Archive Home Philanthropy Donate Donate Donations to the Potlatch Fund are tax deductible Donate Online By Mail Make checks payable to the Potlatch Fund and mail to Potlatch Fund 801 2nd Ave Ste 304 Seattle WA 98104 Donate a vehicle Download vehicle pledge form Make a pledge Download a

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  • Potlatch
    Program 9 30 p m Post Gala Reception Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort 15347 NE Suquamish Way Suquamish WA 98392 Lodging information may be found HERE Potlatch Fund was formed in 2002 and is a Native led 501 c 3 nonprofit and leadership development organization Among Northwest Coast tribes a potlatch is a coming together in ceremony celebration sharing and giving Potlatch Fund honors these traditional values and is dedicated to inspiring the Native tradition of giving by expanding philanthropy within Tribal Nations and communities in the Northwest The Annual Gala is Potlatch Fund s major fundraising event and brings together people from many different tribes organizations corporations and communities The 2016 Fundraising Gala will be held on Saturday November 5 at the Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort and includes the following Pre and post dinner networking receptions Native art silent auction Dinner celebrating traditional and local foods Cultural performances Presentation of the Leadership Honoring Awards Presentation of the Philanthropist of the Year Award Presentation of the Social Innovation Award The Fundraising Gala provides the opportunity to honor tribal leaders and local tribal initiatives to share culture through song and dance performances to support and celebrate Native art and artists and to assist Potlatch Fund with its fundraising efforts as it undertakes important work throughout Northwest Indian Country Join us in Suquamish Saturday November 5 and help us celebrate over a decade of success Funds raised on the evening will be used to sustain the organization s grantmaking and capacity building programs In Coast Salish tradition we raise our hands to you in thanks and appreciation for your support of Potlatch Fund Become a sponsor of the 2016 Fundraising Gala Or host a table or purchase individual seats Potlatch Fund 2016 Fundraising Gala Includes the Networking Reception Dinner and Post Gala Reception

    Original URL path: http://potlatchfund.org/spirit/gala.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Potlatch
    into Seattle s Waterfront March 24 2015 2015 Leadership Honoring Awards Give BIG and much more March 10 2015 Capacity Building Updates Silent Auction and More February 24 2015 2015 Leadership Honoring Awards February 10 2015 A New Grant Initiative and More January 27 2015 2015 Starts Off With A BANG January 13 2015 Wishing You All The Best In 2015 December 19 2014 Opportunities Abound December 2 2014 Taking a Look Forward November 12 2014 Thank You for Your Overwhelming Support Ocotber 28 2014 Potlatch Fund stands with the Tulalip Tribes the Gala will Proceed October 15 2014 Fall Grantees Announced and Three Powerful Convenings August 26 2014 2014 Annual Meeting Public Notice August 12 2014 Meet our Spring 2014 Grantees and More News July 23 2014 Reflections from the Paddle to Bella Bella July 9 2014 2014 InterTribal Canoe Journey Awardees Announced June 24 2014 Special Edition Grantmaking Fall 2014 Overview June 17 2014 2014 Fundraising Gala Early Bird Pricing ACT NOW May 13 2014 Join Potlatch Fund on May 28 at The HUB Seattle April 29 2014 Special Edition Grantmaking Spring 2014 Overview April 8 2014 Nonprofit Management Cohort Launched and more March 25 2014 Capacity Building Grantmaking and Leadership March 18 2014 2014 Fundraising Gala Save the DATE March 11 2014 Native Professionals Night Recap Other Updates February 4 2014 Updates All Around Read All About Them January 15 2014 Welcome to 2014 December 10 2013 2013 Gala Video 2014 Grant Calendar and More November 19 2013 2013 Gala A Success on Every Level September 10 2013 2013 Potlatch Fund Gala Just Around the Corner Aufust 13 2013 2013 Annual Meeting New Program Position and More July 24 2013 Our Day Trip to The Suquamish Tribe and much more July 9 2013 2013 Gala Just Around the Corner June 25 2013 Meet our Spring 2013 Grantees Tachini Pete and more June 12 2013 Fall 2013 Grant Cycle Now Open May 29 2013 InterTribal Canoe Journey Grantees for 2013 May 15 2013 GiveBIG To Support Northwest Indian Country Today April 30 2013 Get ready to giveBIG April 16 2013 Your Chance to Participate in the 2013 GALA March 19 2013 Special Edition 2013 Grantmaking Program Overview March 12 2013 Grantmaking Program Reaches New Levels of Support February 21 2013 Welcomes Flashbacks Opportunities and More November 15 2012 2012 Gala A Record Level of Support October 23 2012 Cedar Tree Fund and 2012 Gala September 13 2012 2012 Board Officers Announced August 28 2012 2012 Community Building Awardees Announced August 14 2012 2012 GALA Update August 4 2012 A Tribute to John Chess July 26 2012 2012 Paddle to Squaxin Island June 26 2012 2012 Leadership Honoring Awardees Announced June 19 2012 InterTribal Canoe Journey Awardees Announced May 29 2012 Save the Date Final Landing 2012 May 1 2012 10 Days of Giving Challenge Results April 26 2012 Please Help Less than 12 hours remain April 24 2012 Healthy Kids Day Double Your Impact Today April 17 2012

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  • Potlatch
    provided longhouses for living quarters cedar canoes for transportation cedar hats and skirts for clothing and baskets for gathering and for trade It was central to the very existence of many tribes in the northwest The lighter brown within the inner circle represents mother earth Mother earth provides us with everything to survive If we take care of her she takes care of us The copper shaped emblem within the circle symbolizes the copper that was given in potlatches The highly valued copper was the most important symbol of wealth power status and prestige for northwest coastal tribes The copper was a shield shaped object made of beaten copper and sometimes engraved with symbols The four colors of the copper within the Potlatch Fund logo represent people from all nationalities The colors represent partnerships among nonprofits tribes corporate giving programs individual donors native nonprofit organizations and grassroots native communities The overall copper shield represents Potlatch Fund as a bridge for wealth and giving between the philanthropic world and native tribal communities The copper is a sign of significant wealth Contact Us Email info at potlatchfund dot org Seattle Office 801 Second Avenue Suite 304 Seattle WA 98104 206 624 6076

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  • Potlatch
    Photo and Video Archive Home The Potlatch Spirit Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation 07 Community Building The Potlatch Spirit We are one people That s why we provide project grants and trainings throughout Indian Country The earth and its resources belong to us all That s why we are devoted to protecting the environment and developing and honoring Native leaders We measure wealth not in possessions but in

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  • Potlatch
    Funding in Indian Country pdf Funding Native Arts Empowering the Center of Tribal Life pdf Philanthropy in Indian Country text version pdf 185K graphic version pdf 3 7MB Our Story Brochure Native Americans receive less than one half of one percent of philanthropic dollars in the US Yet these communities experience disproportionately high rates of poverty unemployment disease Read report pdf of Philanthropy in Indian Country Potlatch Fund formed in

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  • Potlatch
    Diné Program Coordinator Maria Griffin Spokane Office Manager Mary Kummer Makah Development and Communications Manager Damara Jacobs Morris Squamish Managing Director Lawrence Leake Bookkeeper Apply for this part time position more info The Board of Directors President Charlotte Coté PhD Nuu chah nulth Vice President Meredith Parker Makah Secretary Antone Minthorn Umatilla Treasurer Art Ribail CPA Compliance Officer Susan Balbas Cherokee Yaqui Members Bill Weems Coeur d Alene Jim Thomas Tlingit renee holt Nez Perce Diné Tim Otani more info 2013 Gala Volunteers Susan Welsh Diné Mohave Chemehuevi Silent Auction Lead Adrian Luethold Spokane Anthony Rascon Makah Aranesa Turner Brenda Billy Cayuse Yakama Bridget Ray Turtle Mountain Chippewa Caleb Dunlap Ojibwe Cody Shimazu Jesse WalkingChild Chippewa Cree Blackfoot Jared Dunlap Ojibwe Lisa Leuthold Makah Michael Murner Makah Miranda Belarde Lewis Tlingit Zuni Pueblo Pamela Bryan Diné Patricia Allen Tlingit Samuel Barr Samish Twila Begay Diné Yin Yu Current Volunteers Andrea Alexander Makah Angel Sobotta Nez Perce Anthony Rascon Makah Aspen Smith Salish Aurolyn Stwyer Warm Springs Wasco Brenda Billy Cayuse Yakama Bridget Ray Turtle Mountain Chippewa Caleb Dunlap Ojibwe Cindy Pederson Tlingit Haida Dallas Pinkham Yakama Dawn Morrison Danson Coin Thompson Coldwater Band Hopi Fern Renville Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate James

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