The Duwamish Longhouse & Cultural Center was built with the support of our partners:

Campaign Co-Chairs: Chad Lewis, Arlene Wade, Jolene Williams
Architect:   Byron Barnes

Chairperson Cecile Hansen and the Duwamish Tribal Council are grateful for generous support from the following contributors:

Administration for Native Americans
The Annenberg Foundation
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
The Boeing Company
Citizens of King County
Citizens of the State of Washington
City of Seattle (Department of Neighborhoods)
Clifford Andrews Living Trust
CTED, Building for the Arts

The Friends of the Duwamish
Arlene and George Wade
Judy Pigott
Ellen Ferguson
Martha Kongsgaard
Michael Alhadeff

Hugh and Jane Ferguson Foundation
ING Direct/Sharebuilders
Joshua Green Foundation
King County, Landmarks and Heritage Program
Kongsgaard-Goldman Foundation
Longhouse Heritage Foundation
Neighbor-to-Neighbor Fund
New Tudor Foundation
Norcliffe Foundation
The Paul Allen Family Foundation
Puget Soundkeeper Alliance
Safeco Foundation
The Seattle Foundation
The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux
Sisters of Providence
The Social Justice Fund
Sunny Spiedel
Troop 624 Special Needs Foundation
Washington Mutual Savings Bank Foundation
Washington State Heritage Capital Projects Fund

Special thanks to the following organizations and individuals for their support: the Administration for Native Americans, Carl Hageman, Councilman Dow Constantine, Amy Johnson and the Descendants Committee, Donna Beeson, employees of ING Direct/Sharebuilders, Roger Fernandes, Leonard Garfield and MOHAI, Greater Harbor 2000, Mark Hewitt, Fred Lighter, Ruth Moore, Alan, Caroline, and Andrea Rabinowitz, State Representative Sharon Nelson, Kent Peterson, State Senator Margarita Prentice, The Potlatch Fund, Marge Sheldon, Gene Tagaban, Dan Van Otten, Pat Wright, the Washington Community Reinvestment Association

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