Native Forward Donation Form
Your donation to the Native Forward Scholars Fund helps educate and support the next generation of leaders in Indian Country.
Become a monthly or quarterly investor in Native Education.
Additional Ways to Help
Giving at work
Ask your employer about a ‘Matching Gifts’ program. If your employer offers this program, it is an easy way to double the size of your gift.
Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) Payroll Deductions #11514
The CFC gives federal employees an opportunity to donate to eligible charities through payroll deduction(s). Native Forward Scholars Fund is excited to be included in this select group. If you are a Federal employee and you wish to designate your gift through CFC to Native Forward Scholars Fund, please select #11514 on your CFC pledge form.
Create a Scholarship
Create a scholarship that will support more Native students pursuing college, graduate, and professional degrees. Contact donations@NativeForward.org.
Create a Scholarship Fund For:
Beginning the Journey (Freshman Year and Associates Degrees)
Freshman year at a four-year institution for those in general studies
Associate Degree programs
Living Costs (rent, utilities, food)
Transportation (gas, train & airline fares, public transport)
Attending to family and community needs
Support for purchase of tools necessary for success (computers)
Transitioning to Work (Graduation, Professional Testing/Certificates)
Transportation or first month’s rent to accept a job
Testing and Certifications necessary for professional advancement – as examples: CPA Exams, Actuarial Exams, Bar Exams, Medical Boards, LCSW and Licensed Co
Donate to a Specific Scholarship Area
Donate to a specific funding area of interest to you. Contact donations@NativeForward.org.
Areas of Interest:
STEM – Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees (including medicine)
Finance and Business – Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees
Social Sciences and Education – Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees
Fine Arts and Humanities – Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees
Climate Change and Conservation – Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees