UW First Nations: The 46th Annual Spring Powwow
The purpose of the Annual FN@UW Spring Powwow is to preserve the customs and traditions of the University of Washington Native American community and to promote cultural education and diversity on campus. FN@UW believes in creating a safe space for community gathering and cultural celebration. Our student group hosts the largest student- run event on campus, attracting thousands of both Native and non-Native community members.
FN@UW is ran by both undergraduate andgraduate students of Native and Non-Native descent. We hold weekly meetings for Native students to socialize, eat food, and plan events. FN@UW often partners up with other Native organizations on campus for field trips and cultural educational activities. Our goal is to create a comfortable space for students and staff to bond, and offer cultural activities.
Operating the Annual Powwow requires expansive manpower to organize and over $60,000 in financial support. Your generous donation will be used for the purchase of honorariums for the head staff involved in the event, venue expenses, and ancillary expenses related to promotion or the event. We would greatly appreciate your support.