Tribal Government Departments
Veteran Affairs
Page last updated:
June 1, 2023
9:23 am

Muckleshoot Veteran Affairs

39015-F 172nd Ave SE

Auburn, WA 98092


Department Overview

This program includes providing effective direct and indirect services to Muckleshoot Veterans, and networking with other veteran service organizations that provide assistance to veterans. The Veteran Affairs Program is a governmental program of the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe and neither income nor age is a factor in determining eligibility to participate in the program.

Services Provided

Outlook for 2023

  • Completion of grave cleaning project with continued maintenance.
  • Provide opportunity for our Youth to participate in a JROTC program.
  • Increase events and activities for Veterans and their families.
  • Ensure out of state Veterans are able to receive the same benefits.
  • Continued Friday breakfast with the addition of more lunch time meals.

Highlights of 2022

  • Veteran’s and community breakfast on Fridays
  • Grocery delivery for all of our veterans.
  • Increased veteran outreach.
  • Included out of state veterans on travel.
  • Trivia Tuesdays to allow our community to get to know their Veterans.
  • Travel with Skopabsh Royalty to Oahu’s 46th Annual Inter-Tribal Powwow.
  • Formed the Muckleshoot and community Veteran Honor Guard.
  • Honoring of our Veteran, Ken Lewis at Climate Pledge Arena at the Seattle Kraken game.
  • Hosted our first community family fun run.
  • Ensured building stayed open and available for all veterans to come for breakfast, snacks, lunch and drinks as well as visiting whenever possible.
  • Participated in first charity Golf Tournament to raise money for homeless veterans in Washington
  • State.
  • Creating outdoor eating and activity space to welcome veterans and community.

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