February 2019 UIATF Announcements!

Jay Owen Global Citizen, Latest Headlines

Exciting news and updates from United Indians of All Tribes Foundation!

United Indians of All Tribes Foundation

United Indians News!

United Indians of All Tribes is excited to share our newsletter with you. Please read on for updates on job openings, our programs and events, and save the dates!

2019 Native Life In The City Fundraiser Gala May 4, 2019 – Mark Your Calendar!

Join us for a festive fundraising dinner, entertainment, and a silent and live auction in support of United Indians of All Tribes Foundation! Native Life In The City 2019: Powered By The Wisdom Of Womxn will be held on Saturday, May 4, 2019, 5-8 pm at Daybreak Star.  More information and tickets at our event website.

Since 1970, nonprofit United Indians has served American Indians and Alaska Natives in need from throughout the Puget Sound area and beyond. We are honored to continue upholding founder Bernie Whitebear’s mission to provide educational, cultural, and social services that reconnect Indigenous people in the Puget Sound region to their heritage by strengthening their sense of belonging and significance as Native people.

The 2019 gala will honor the centrality of Native womxn in our communities, and their contributions to Native culture and advocacy.

Please visit our event sponsorship page or email [email protected] for sponsorship information.


Gala Art by Sondra Segundo


Accepting Nominations for 2019 Bernie Whitebear Award  

Bernie Whitebear dedicated his life to celebrating traditional and modern Indian ways, and to challenging outsiders’ perceptions. He is best remembered for leading the takeover of the land where the Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center now sits, and for founding United Indians of All Tribes Foundation to ensure that the urban Indian community will always have a cultural home.


In Bernie’s honor, each year we recognize one individual who has made a difference in our community through perseverance, commitment, passion and love for our people and community. The award will be presented at Native Life In The City: Powered By The Wisdom Of Womxn on Saturday, May 4, 2019, at the Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center.

Now Open: Sacred Circle Kiosk at SeaTac

After months of hard work, we are thrilled to announce that the kiosk is finally open for business! Right across from the Terminal A gates, we are selling a variety of Native-made and Native-designed items including jewelry, housewares, clothing, and blankets!

We are still hiring a Kiosk Business Manager, please apply if you think you would fit this position!