Other Ways to Give
Native Giving - Your Support Can Make a Difference
You can help sustain a unique tribal college
First Nations Development Institute (First Nations) recognizes that Native American youth are the very future of their communities, and that ensuring their well-being is crucial to the prosperity of those communities. That's why First Nations established NativeGiving.org, which highlights community-based nonprofits that are dedicated to strengthening and improving the lives of Native children and families. Please make a gift today to ensure the future of Native communities.
Many corporations encourage employees to give to charity by creating Match Gift funds through which the company will contribute to a nonprofit cause that the employee supports. Match gifts are typically 1-for-2 or dollar-for-dollar. This means, for example, that your $100 gift to the College of Menominee Nation would realize a total donation of $150 or $200.
If you or your spouse is employed, ask the Human Resources or Personnel Office representative about Match Gift opportunities. If the firm has a program, all you need to do is request a Match Gift application from HR/Personnel, verify your gift in writing on the form, and enclose the signed form when you send CMN your contribution. Your employer and CMN will do the rest.
Third-party donor designated gifts
United Way campaigns, community foundations and similar organizations that “pool” contributions for investment and allocation generally allow a donor to specify where his or her gift will be used. If you participate in one of these, you may request that all or a portion of your donation be directed to College of Menominee Nation.
To honor geographic restrictions, Brown County residents may direct their gifts to benefit the College of Menominee Nation Green Bay.