The Stillaguamish Tribe has generously donated $100,000 to the Cascade Valley Hospital Foundation Disaster Relief Fund. “Tribal Council and tribal members want to be part of helping in this time of need”, said Tribal Chairman Shawn Yanity’s wife Tonya Yanity. “Our tribe and their people are so greatly connected to this community. We are “the river people”, and the Stillaguamish river connects all of us as it flows from Darrington to Arlington and out to the sea. We are all impacted, and we are all connected, and our need to help is great." We are so grateful for their support.
The Cascade Valley Hospital Disaster Relief Fund has been given a total of $50,000 from the Employees Community Fund of Boeing Puget Sound. $25,000 of this grant was made possible by matched employee funds. Thank you, Boeing employees, for your incredible generosity!
Due to your overwhelming generosity, we are raising our goal. Doing so will keep our fundraiser active and online. Thank you for your support!
The Cascade Valley Hospital Foundation Disaster Relief Fund gratefully accepted at $50,000 donation from the Tulalip Tribes today. During the ceremony, they shared the Tribe's story of great loss and recovery after a landslide at Camano Head in the 1800's. We would like to thank the Tulalip Tribes for their generosity, and deeply appreciate their commitment to our community.
Cascade Valley Hospital is currently compiling a list of local organizations that will benefit from these funds. If you are involved in such an organization, or know an organization that will be assisting slide victims, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.