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Our Giving

Cowlitz Tribal Foundation
Our Giving


Mission/Vision or Current Goals/Objectives :

Since 2017, The Cowlitz Indian Tribe has donated approximately $28 million to its local community (Clark County, WA via the Cowlitz Tribal Foundation Clark County Fund) and the State of Washington as a whole (via the Cowlitz Tribal Foundation Statewide Fund). The Cowlitz Indian Tribe is committed to building mutually supportive and long-lasting relationships with the organizations, communities, and people supporting the vast philanthropic and charitable activities within the State of Washington. Although all charitable activities are eligible for support from the Cowlitz Tribal Foundation, focuses such as art and culture, environmental justice, education (K-12 schools, universities, secondary schools, trade schools, etc.), and social services receive an emphasis in consideration for funding.

Please use the link below to learn more about the Cowlitz Tribal Foundation and its eligibility requirements. Thank you for your commitment to bettering our communities, we look forward to connecting with you further. Regarding inquiries about the Cowlitz Tribal Foundation's giving, please email:

Eligibility & Restrictions:




Have questions about the program?

Cowlitz Indian Tribal Housing Services each have unique eligibility requirements based on income, location, and others. Please contact us to ask about the eligibility requirements for the specific program you're interested in.

Our Locations
Longview Office
PO Box 2547 Longview, WA. 98632
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm

For inquiries about the Cowlitz Tribal Foundation's giving, please email:


The legacy of an ancient people in southwest Washington is rich with descendants who manage a growing portfolio of health, education, scientific research, housing, transportation, development, elder care, conservation and legal issues. The Cowlitz Tribe is a growing force in community building in what are now Clark, Cowlitz, Lewis and parts of Pierce, Skamania and Wahkiakum Counties, a vast territory occupied by numerous Cowlitz villages prior to non-Cowlitz exploration and seizure. Today, an elected Tribal Council is composed of professionals adept at managing multiple programs and projects.