California Indian Heritage Center Foundation

Reviewed by the Sacramento Region Community Foundation

$1,429 raised by 20 donors

24% complete

$6,000 Goal

How We Got Started

The California Indian Heritage Center Foundation (CIHCF) was created in 2009 to serve California's Native community via support of educational programming, special events, outreach, and related projects at the State Indian Museum in Sacramento. For details about the museum, visit the website at: 

What's Happening Now

The Foundation, alongside California State Parks and the California Native American Heritage Commission, supports the planning, implementation, construction, and governance of the California Indian Heritage Center (CIHC) project. Your donation helps this project continue to move forward and better serve California's Native communities.

For more information, including CIHC project updates, visit: or find us on FaceBook.


It is the mission of the California Indian Heritage Center Foundation to procure funding in support of the interpretive and educational programs and projects of the State Indian Museum. Further, it is dedicated to the planning, support, and development of the future California Indian Heritage Center, a multi-faceted facility that will house cultural items and provide interpretive programming, meeting space for Native communities, and gathering areas for community use.


Donations are needed to help secure the organization's mission and make the California Indian Heritage Center a reality for California's Native peoples.

Organization Data


Organization name

California Indian Heritage Center Foundation

other names

State Indian Museum Store

Tax id (EIN)


Mission Category

Arts, Culture & Humanities

Operating Budget


Organization Need

Funding: Unrestricted

Demographics Served

Native Americans/Indigenous Groups, General population

Counties Served



2618 K ST

Service areas




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