The Northwest Indian College Foundation has an exciting opportunity for donors to double their philanthropic reach, and make a lasting impact. Thanks to the Johnson Scholarship Foundation, who has made a commitment to match dollar-for-dollar, up to one million dollars, toward an endowed fund to support Native American students attending Northwest Indian College. The Johnson Scholarship Foundation Student Scholarship Endowment at Northwest Indian College will support students pursuing a bachelor’s degree in the Tribal Governance and Business Management program. This unique degree is a fully accredited bachelor’s degree available online that prepares students to develop and/or manage Tribal programs and businesses.
This fund is one of several endowed funds managed by the Northwest Indian College Foundation. “We are so thankful to the Johnson Scholarship Foundation for their support of our students.
For more information about this fund please contact Barbara Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Our students have strong cultural ties and familial obligations that ground them to their tribal communities. The college makes attaining a higher education possible by bringing access directly to their homelands and the Foundation strives to decrease financial barriers, which are ever increasing.”
Henry Cagey, past Lummi Chairman, NWICF President
“At NWIC, we truly believe that tribal colleges save lives by providing educational opportunities where students feel at home. This endowment, and those who donate towards the dollar-for-dollar match are helping us achieve that” – Dr. Justin Guillory, NWIC President
The Northwest Indian College Foundation is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization, federal tax ID # 94-3057654.