The Rundgren Foundation Grants the American Indian College Fund $12,000 for Scholarships

Jan 27, 2011 | Blog

The Rundgren Foundation Grants the American Indian College Fund $12,000 for Scholarships

January 27, 2011

The Oak Brook, Illinois-based Rundgren Foundation has granted the American Indian College Fund a $12,000 grant for scholarships for American Indian students attending our nation’s tribal colleges.

Richard B. Williams, President and CEO of the American Indian College Fund said, “We are pleased that the Rundgren Foundation is continuing its support of American Indian students who are pursuing their dreams through a higher education, giving them hope for a better future. Our graduates return to their communities and make a difference in the lives of American Indians, while serving as role models to others that they, too, can achieve success.”

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