Nei Bottling of Bemidji has been a long-time supporter and partner of The Leech Lake Tribal College.
Since ancient times, The San Manuel Band have expressed themselves through a culture of giving, today, San Manuel is able to answer the call of Yawa' (Serrano word meaning "to act on one's beliefs") through partnerships with charitable organizations. They have drawn upon their history, knowledge, expertise and cultural values to direct their philanthropic giving in our local region, as well as to Native American causes nationwide.
Paul Bunyan Communications has a history, dating back to the 1950’s, of giving back to the communities they serve through contributions of both time and money. Recently they fortified that commitment by establishing a $500 Post-Secondary Scholarship annually for a student at The Leech Lake Tribal College.
We'd like to announce the formation of The Susan Helen Tibbetts Sjolund Scholarship at LLTC.
Longtime friend of LLTC, Tony Morley, recently made a contribution with a stock donation to the Library campaign.
The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community (SMSC) has a long and storied tradition of being one of the most philanthropic Tribes in the United States.
It's been an exciting time at LLTC! Read about it in our latest Wiindamaage Newsletter for Winter 2014.
LLTC's Wiindamaage Newsletter for Summer 2014
The BNSF Railway Foundation recently made a generous $25,000 commitment to The Leech Lake Tribal College Library Campaign.
MN Give to the Max Day is a day of state wide philanthropy that helps organizations such as LLTC to help bridge the gap in funding.