Supporting AAIA

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To become a member, please enter $35, and confirm your membership on the following screens.

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Your donation will be used to fund AAIA initiatives. If you’d like to designate your donation for a specific scholarship or fund, please select your choice here:

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To make a donation on behalf of or in memory of another person, please enter the person's name. All gifts are tax-deductible as allowed by law.

Becoming a Member

For an annual fee of $35, we will keep you informed of AAIA’s activities and other important news pertaining to American Indians. You will receive our newsletter published two times a year. Members may also receive periodic “call for action” letters regarding state or congressional action that would adversely affect American Indians.

In addition, you are eligible to vote for members of the Board of Directors who serve staggered terms. You may vote in person at the Association’s annual meeting or you may vote by proxy.

Becoming a Donor

By donating to AAIA, you will be helping Indian Country in a variety of ways:

  • $100 can provide a small "seed grant" towards Summer Camps that serve Native American youth
  • $500 provides emergency aid funding to Native students who require assistance through shelter, utility assistance, or transportation
  • $750 provides a semester of funding for Native students through our Scholarship Program
  • $1,500 provides a year of funding for Native students through our Scholarship program
  • Any amount funds AAIA's work in International Repatriation, Juvenile Justice, and Sacred Lands Protection
Planned Giving

Please consider leaving a lasting legacy by including the AAIA in your wills and trusts. If you would like to explore planned giving options with AAIA or have already included us in your estate planning, we would love to hear from you.
Please contact us at general.aaia@indian-affairs.org
or (240) 314-7155.