In these uncertain times, the Tiwahe Foundation Staff will be telecommuting. We will watch and pray as news develops around the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The safety of our communities and the larger U.S. community are our highest priorities and we are following precautionary measures provided by state and national authorities including the […]
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Spotlight on John Hunter, founder of Twin Cities Native Lacrosse, who started the first lacrosse organization for Indigenous people in the Minneapolis area.
Maggie Lorenz knows how important the Tiwahe Foundation is as both a giver and receiver.
Reciprocal giving and communal generosity are what drew the Lino Lakes business owner to Tiwahe more than a decade ago after being recruited by the organization’s leadership.
The Tiwahe Foundation Board of Directors is pleased to announce the hiring of our new Executive Director, Chad Poitra.
In August 2020, Tiwahe Foundation’s board of directors met for a full day retreat (via Zoom) to update our strategic plan and take other steps to strengthen our governance, ensure our sustainability, and reinforce how we are living our values in our day-to-day work. Our new strategic plan, which is still a work-in-progress that will […]
The Tiwahe Foundation Board of Directors extends our congratulations to the 21 American Indian Family Empowerment Program grantees and 1 Oyate Leadership Network grantee from our Fall 2020 grant making cycle. In addition to the grants that were awarded, Tiwahe Foundation also gave $400 gifts to the remaining 64 AIFEP/COVID relief grant applicants who were […]
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Congratulations to those that were awarded the Summer 2020 AIFEP grant! We were able to award 10 grantee’s this summer! Please join us in congratulating them! There will be an honoring held for these individuals on November 12th via Zoom 5-7pm! Oscar Curtis Annastacia Cardon Elizabeth Ruiz Mary Lyons Deanna StandingCloud Lonna Hunter Darren […]