The Native Indian American
Educational Foundation (NIAEF) is a nonprofit Educational
Foundation whose mission is to find and bring together a world
of caring people whose kind spirits and contributions combine to
bring about educational change that builds and advances Native
Indian American scholastic programs. By raising public
consciousness to funded education through community involvement,
our purpose is fulfilled, a nation benefits, lives are enhanced
and goals are met. The final results of people truly
caring for others becomes--Charity...man's true humanity to man.
The single PURPOSE of the
Native Indian American Educational Foundation is to create a
monetary fund that will make elementary, high school or college
education possible for American Indian youth by providing
various educational assistance such as achievement grants, book awards and tuition allowances to individuals
with a desire to take their part in the everyday workings of
today's modern world.
NIAEF is made up of
thoughtful people dedicated to an idea and a dream. The dream
that through the educational process men and women can once
again walk tall and can be proud of the same America that was
founded upon a dream. A principal idea of NIAEF is to make
possible educational programs which utilize creative and
constructive resources of Native Americans to attain their own
goals and to see that the educational needs of future
generations may be met.
The primary GOAL of the
Native Indian American Educational Foundation is to empower a
united charitable appeal to organize, create and sponsor public
funded educational projects that benefit Native Indian American
students and teachers, of all tribes and all nations, by
providing educational initiatives that combine and include contemporary educational modes of learning with diverse Native
Indian American traditional methods and modes of learning.
The PLAN -- through
voluntary service and charity advocacy, is to unite in spirit
and invite to the forefront, those of benevolence who are ready
and willing to work toward a future place in time when Native
Indian Americans and all citizens of this native land will unite
and seize an opportunity to once again find our way, share our
hopes...live our dreams.