Charity Navigator Highlights the American Indian College Fund

Dec 21, 2020 | Blog, Featured1

Charity Navigator, a respected charity watchdog organization, is highlighting Native American charities on its blog as part of its strengthened commitment to promoting a more equitable social sector by encouraging both organizations and donors to consider aspects of diversity, equity, and inclusion in their decision-makingThe American Indian College Fund was asked to contribute a blog about the impact our work in higher education makes in the lives of the students and their communities, along with the added importance of our work during the pandemic and as we rebuild in the days ahead. Read the blog here and watch the video interview of Levi, a College Fund student ambassador, TCU and college graduate, and practicing registered nurse in a tribal community.

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