Indian Land Tenure Foundation
Category: Business & Finance
DescriptionThe Foundation assists Indian nations and people in the recovery and control of their rightful homelands through grants, contracts, and programs. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on four categories: education, cultural awareness, economic opportunity, and legal reform. Applicants must be an Indian nation or a nonprofit with a proven or promising evidence and a demonstrated track record of achieving specific outcomes related to successful land acquisition and utilization of Indian lands for economic development purposes. Or applicants can present a promising strategy of successful land acquisition and utilization and the organizational capacity to fully implement the strategy. Of particular interest are applicants in low-income rural areas. Grantees will be required to match the Foundation grant on a dollar-for-dollar basis and to develop plans to sustain the initiative after the grant period ends. Additional information can be found on the Web site.
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