American Indian College Fund Committed to Integrity

Nov 19, 2014 | Blog

American Indian College Fund Committed to Integrity

November 19, 2014

The holiday season is a time for giving, and the American Indian College Fund (the College Fund) knows that you have many choices with regard to your charity donations. The College Fund adheres to the highest standards of integrity and transparency with regard to its fundraising activities and service of Native American people and communities.

The inspirational stories of our students and alumni that we share in our communications materials are all the real experiences of our scholars who we have served as part of our mission to provide access to higher education to Native Americans. These students and alumni have agreed to share their personal messages to help create greater awareness about the College Fund and to inspire other Native Americans.

We are also proud to share that the College Fund consistently earns high ratings from the nation’s charity watchdog organizations, including the Better Business Bureau’s Wise Giving Alliance, Independent Charities of America, GuideStar, and Charity Navigator.

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Jasmine Neosh (Menominee), University of Michigan law student, College of Menominee Nation alumna, and American Indian College Fund student ambassador says, “I vote so that the people who make the change that our communities need have the best possible partners in that fight. While real change often comes through the work of organizers and boots on the ground, the people that we elect can either be our allies or our opposition. Either way, having some say in that choice seems like our responsibility as future ancestors.”