Generosity and reciprocity are long-held values in American Indian culture and tradition. The status of a Native family was raised not by who had the most resources, but by who distributed the most.
This Native tradition of giving continues today. American Indians and tribal nations are committed to the well-being of their communities through modern philanthropic efforts. Tribes generously donate to ensure that American Indian students have the opportunity to earn a college degree for a more promising future for themselves, their families, and their communities.
Our work as American Indians in educating our people is urgent. American Indian and Alaska Natives are the fastest-growing ethnic groups in the country. More »
Your tribal entity can partner with the American Indian College Fund in many ways. Some of the most popular support opportunities include sponsoring events, scholarships for tribal college students, and internships.
For more information about events sponsorship, please contact Jamie Schwartz.
As part of your sponsorship, the American Indian College Fund can offer public recognition in addition to contact with the students you benefit (if they are outside of your tribe). More »
If you would like to meet with a representative from the American Indian College Fund, or would like more information about partner opportunities, please contact Cheryl Ellenwood at 1-800-776-3863. To learn more about the American Indian College Fund, please review our most recent annual report.