The Administration for Native Americans is embarking on its 40th anniversary of providing resources to Native American communities.
New report from the National Survey of Early Care and Education offers the first portrait of early childhood programs in more than 20 years.
An update on the ANA SEEDS funding initiative in year two: an effort to help spur Native American economic development through targeted assistance for job and business creation.
ANA shares how to “Effectively Identify and Use Federal Financing Programs” at the 2014 Fall Finance and Tribal Economies Conference.
Office of Community Services Director reflects on the legacy and spirit of community action throughout the years.
New eco-friendly project will benefit three new refugee communities in Utah.
ANA Commissioner Sparks Robinson shares opportunities available through the Administration for Children and Families to assist in job creation and business expansion for Native American communities.
Tribes and Native Communities create programs designed to help sustain local communities.
Since 1988, the Administration for Native Americans has collaborated with the Office of Hawaiian Affairs to provide loans to help Native Hawaiians build businesses, fund home improvements, fund tuition and improve their credit.
As one of the largest federal anti-poverty programs, Earned Income Tax Credit is a powerful asset-building tool for people with earned income because it can reduce their taxes and result in a refund.
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