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American Indian Education Foundation provides scholarships to Native American students.
Only some charities are approved to participate in the CFC (Combined Federal Campaign).
Last week we kicked off our “Walking in Two Worlds” blog series by talking about maintaining physical, mental, emotional and spiritual balance in everyday life. Maintaining this kind of balance is critical for Native Americans living one life in two worlds. There is the world of contemporary time and place defined by the mainstream culture, […]
When it comes to the United States, it is mostly understood that Native Americans were here first. Before it was recorded by the likes of Elvis, Barbara Streisand and Cher, Until It’s Time for You to Go was recorded first by a Native American: Buffy Sainte-Marie. Cree singer-songwriter, Buffy Sainte-Marie, was breaking ground in the […]
The National Powwow shared with the community the culture of American Indians nationwide, but also was a great way for AIEF to explain how we assist the American Indians on the reservations with scholarships and other aid.
National Relief Charities is proud to be a premier sponsor at the National Powwow this year.
National Relief Charities sends a holiday stocking to each of the AIEF scholars and their children under 10 years old each holiday season to help them feel connected while at college.
National Relief Charities funds college scholarships for Native American students every year.
The Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) will take a hard hit due to sequestration, impacting the Native American communities.
National Relief Charities asks Arizona to remember Native Americans on Arizona Gives Day.