Give A Gift With Meaning; Give With Confidence

Dec 3, 2018 | Blog, Inside the College Fund

2018 American Indian College Fund student ambassadors.

Columnist Nicholas Kristof of The New York Times suggests giving a “gift with meaning” in his annual holiday guide—by donating to the American Indian College Fund to help a Native American get into college.

Here at the College Fund, we know that our students cherish the gift of an education as they work to improve their lives and strengthen their communities.

And when you give to the College Fund, you not only know that your gift makes a difference; you also have the peace of mind knowing you are giving to one of the nation’s top charities meeting the Better Business Bureau’s 20 Charity Standards, earning the Wise Giving Alliance’s Charity Seal.

Help support Native students and their communities by making a gift to the American Indian College Fund today.

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