Start An Online Fundraiser
Start a Fundraiser in Just a Few Steps.
Start a Facebook Fundraiser
Make a wave of fundraisers!
You can do more than just support Native students and communities financially – you can grow visibility and awareness. Even sharing a friend’s fundraiser is a powerful way to support Native scholars!
Start your own fundraiser in honor of Native students today.
Advocate on Instagram
If you’re an Instagram guru – this is for you!
Instagram is a great platform to share the causes you are passionate about. Tell your followers why YOU support Native students and communities and tag @instacollegefund!
Show the numbers! We have infographics and photos for you to easily download and share on your feed.
Start a Fundraiser on GoFundMe
GoFundMe is perfect if you like to dance to the beat of your own drum!
Create and personalize your event with your own blurbs and photos – and share why you’ve chosen to fundraise in honor of Native students.
Host a virtual dog walk, food demonstration, or picnic in the park. Encourage others to join!
Support Ongoing Efforts
If you’d rather support an existing fundraiser instead of building your own OR support Native communities through a portion of sales, check out the different ways below!
TH Mills First Nation Collection
$10K by New Year's Day Fundraiser
A Conversation With Our Students
Get to know some of the students whose lives you are changing.
We understand our challenges and know what is needed to address them. We are the generation that will fuse western knowledge and tools with our cultural traditions and practices to build stronger, healthier, safer communities. We will also resolve the disconnect between tribal communities and the US government and re-establish our independence and sovereignty. We will use our knowledge to protect and manage our natural resources to create sufficient food, water and housing for our communities. We are pursuing degrees that will empower us to strengthen economic development and financial security. We will also lead the way in strengthening and updating our educational and healthcare systems. We will be less vulnerable as people and communities in the face of health crises and natural disasters.