All gifts, great or small, make a difference. Annual gifts allow key leaders at American Indian OIC to react to immediate priorities or to assist in accomplishing their strategic objectives. Your gift today can impact programming, outreach efforts and financial aid for students and program participants. Financial donations from individuals and companies are used to support the activities and daily operations of the organization as well as program needs such as text books, equipment, field trips, and workshops.

Through culturally-relevant career training in high-demand occupations, job placement, and supportive services, the American Indian OIC is building the foundation for the urban Indian community and Minnesota’s workforce.

Breanne, Takoda GED Graduate &
Takoda Institute Student
Breanne, a member of the Red Lake Band of Ojibwe, worked in minimum wage jobs but was passed up for promotions because she didn’t have her high school diploma. After enrolling in AIOIC’s Takoda GED, Breanne completed her GED in just 5 months, and secured a job with advancement opportunities, higher pay, and benefits. Breanne is now enrolled in Takoda Institute where she will attain an accredited post-secondary certificate.

Contact Katie Fitzpatrick with questions regarding fundraising and donations to the organization.