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Oneida Nation Foundation Benefits Central New York and Indian Country

In 2009, the Oneida Nation Foundation distributed more than $50,000 to needy organizations and institutions here in Central New York and in Indian Country. The donations went to groups focusing on many areas including education, healthcare, veterans and the environment. Read more »

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Oneida Nation Foundation Contributes to OzFest

Oneida Indian Nation Foundation Chairman Chuck Fougnier recently presented a check for $1,000 to the Village of Chittenango for its Oz-Stravaganza event.
Pictured: From left to right: Alan R. Laube, village trustee; Fougnier; Barb Evans, co-director of the Oz-Stravaganza; Ronnie Goeler, mayor of Chittenango; Morris Bordell, financial consultant; and Mickey Kopp, village trustee. Read More »

Oneida Nation Foundation Puts Emphasis on Education of American Indian Youth

The Oneida Indian Nation Foundation is providing more than $25,000 to enhance educational opportunities for disadvantaged American Indian youth attending schools, colleges and special programs located on the economically-depressed Rosebud and Pine Ridge Indian Reservations in the southern portion of South Dakota. The Foundation also contributed $500 to the Sundance Institute (Utah)-Native American Initiatives. Read More »

About the Oneida Nation Foundation

The Oneida Nation Foundation builds on the Oneida people’s long tradition of sharing our resources with others to benefit those with us today as well as the generations yet to come. Read More »

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