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American Indian College Fund

Denver, Colorado, United States

Strengthen early learning outcomes of vulnerable Native children by developing leadership and building capacity of families, schools and communities to work together to promote success

Educated Kids
April 1, 2014 - Sep. 30, 2015
$500,000

American Indian College Fund

Denver, Colorado, United States

Strengthen early learning outcomes of vulnerable Native children by developing leadership and building capacity of families, schools and communities to work together to promote success

April 1, 2014 - Sep. 30, 2015

Focus Area

Educated Kids

Geographic Focus

Alaska, Arizona, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, Washington, Wisconsin, Colorado

Amount

$500,000

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