College Fund Honors Vets, Raises $300,000

March 2006
Tribal College Journal;Spring2006, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p39
This article reports that the American Indian College Fund raised over $300,000 at its 10th annual Flame of Hope Gala that was held in New York City in November 2005. The fund paid tribute to the veterans in the U.S. The event has been held in New York City every year since the year 1996. The American Indian College Fund is the largest provider of private scholarships for Native American students in the country. It provides over $4 million in scholarships to tribal colleges annually. Speeches were delivered by many past scholarship recipients.


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