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Donor Support Stories

Each year, thousands of individual, corporate, foundation and Indian tribal donors donate to the American Indian College Fund. Our students' success is attributable to their generosity. We're pleased to highlight some of their stories here.

  • Allstate Foundation Allstate Foundation
    The Allstate Foundation has supported the American Indian College Fund for 10 years through cultural exchange and leadership programs and scholarships.
  • Arizona Public Service (APS) Arizona Public Service (APS)
    Arizona Public Service (APS) has partnered with the American Indian College Fund since 2010 to offer the Navajo Scholars Program.
  • AT&T AT&T
    For the past 17 years, AT&T has supported the American Indian College Fund through its AT&T Tribal College Scholarship Program. The program provides scholarships to American Indian students studying science, technology, engineering, math and/or business at the nation’s tribal colleges and universities.
  • Best Buy Best Buy
    The Best Buy Tribal College Scholarship Program provides scholarships to Native women studying science, technology, math, or engineering at one of the nation’s 33 accredited tribal colleges and universities. The scholarship is part of Best Buy’s commitment to diversity and inclusion to increase the presence of underrepresented groups in the STEM fields.
  • Cargill, Inc. Cargill, Inc.
    The Cargill Tribal College Scholarship Program provides much-needed scholarship support to Native students attending the nation’s tribal colleges and universities, with particular emphasis on tribal college students who attend institutions where Cargill has a strong business presence.
  • CIGNA Foundation CIGNA Foundation
    The CIGNA Foundation supports scholarships through the Tribal Scholars Healthcare Program for American Indian students studying at select tribal colleges and universities and mainstream institutions.
  • Citi Foundation Citi Foundation
    Over the past 15 years, the Citi Foundation Scholarship & Career Exploration Program has supported American Indian students attending tribal colleges in South Dakota by providing the American Indian College Fund with more than $700,000 in scholarship assistance. This program supports students who maintain at least a 3.0 grade point average, show high academic achievement, display leadership qualities and are involved in their Native communities.
  • Coca-Cola Foundation Coca-Cola Foundation
    The Coca-Cola Foundation has been with the American Indian College Fund since its beginning as a long-time supporter of American Indian education for 20 years. It’s not easy to be the first in a family to go to college. Many Native people would like to go to college, but don’t have the finances or tools to make the right choices about how to get into school—and how to succeed once they are there.
  • Donaldson Foundation Donaldson Foundation
    The Minnesota-based Donaldson Foundation has established the Donaldson Foundation Tribal College Scholarship Program with the American Indian College Fund to provide scholarships to American Indian students studying science, technology, engineering, or math at tribal colleges and universities in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
  • Estee Lauder Estee Lauder
    The Estée Lauder Companies established the Tribal Scholars Program in 2011. This program provides ten scholarships to American Indian students studying marketing, business, environmental science, or a related field at tribal colleges in Minnesota.
  • FedEx Corporation FedEx Corporation
    The FedEx Corporation Tribal College Scholarship Program supports ten freshmen tribal college students with a $2,250 scholarship.
  • Ford Motor Company Fund & Community Services Ford Motor Company Fund & Community Services
    The Ford Motor Company Fund established the Ford Motor Company Blue Oval Scholars Program for Native American students attending tribal colleges and mainstream universities.
  • General Mills Foundation General Mills Foundation
    Supporting Native American higher education since 1992, the General Mills Foundation's Tribal College Scholarship Program and employee giving campaign have contributed more than $466,000 to the American Indian College Fund.
  • Hershey Company Hershey Company
    The Hershey Company provides scholarship support through the American Indian College Fund to American Indian students studying towards a degree in math, technology, science, engineering, and/or business, with preference given to students studying at colleges or universities in Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Virginia.
  • Hilton Worldwide Corporate Giving Program Hilton Worldwide Corporate Giving Program
    Hilton Worldwide, a renowned global leader in the hotel and hospitality industry, provides scholarships for American Indian students studying hospitality, tourism, food services, or business.


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