kʷuʔ kn̓xitm̓ / Donate

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Salish School of Spokane is a grassroots, non-profit organization working to preserve and revitalize Southern Interior Salish languages, the first languages of the Spokane region.  Using the links below, you can join us in our work by setting up one-time or recurring payments.

Native Youth Empowerment Center Capital Campaign 
From April through August 2017, Salish School of Spokane is working to raise $65,000.00 in order to purchase and install a modular classroom building to house our new program for Native Youth.  Donations to this campaign fund will cover the down payment for the lease-finance of the building, site preparation, delivery and installation of the building, and ADA access ramps and improvements.

Annual Campaign
Each year we rely on individuals to join us in our work and donate to support the programming at Salish School of Spokane.  For the 2016-17 annual campaign we are looking for total gifts of $82,920.00 from donors who are willing to give between $180.00 and $5,000.00 ($20.00 to $500.00 per month).  As of April 1, 2017, this campaign is 94% complete with $4,880.00 remaining. Donations to our annual campaigns pay for Salish immersion care and education for children, Salish classes for parents and community members, and the creation of Salish language books and curriculum materials.  We hope you will join us and help ensure that the first language of our region is not lost.

Partnership

 

Salish School of Spokane relies on community partners to achieve our mission of culturally relevant and academically excellent education.  Our families, individual donors, tribes, foundations, and others come together to preserve and revitalize Salish language in order to enrich the lives of all people.

Tax Status

 

Salish School of Spokane is non-profit public charity with 501(c)3 status under Internal Revenue Service code.  Our tax identification number is:  27-1126478.  Donations to Salish School of Spokane are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by the IRS code.