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peach brown round bulletDonations to the Triangle Native American Society Organization

The Triangle Native American Society is a nonprofit organization and we are all volunteers. Through your support and your donations enable us to inform the public about the cultural and economic contributions made by North Carolina's Native American citizens, promote American Indian resources, and to facilitate communications between Native peoples and organizations supporting their goals and efforts.

Triangle Native American Society is a non-profit organization under section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. Your contributions are tax-deductible under the laws of the state of North Carolina and the United States. The US federal tax Employer Identifier Number (EIN) is 58-1674687.

Triangle Native American Society accepts (and welcomes!) donations. Every donation, no matter the amount, counts! Your donated gift will be used to support general operating expenses and the organization's activities. If you have any questions about making a donation please e-mail our Treasurer Ms. Gwen Locklear by clicking on her name. You may contribute to the Triangle Native American Society by sending a check or money order to the Triangle Native American Society:

Triangle Native American Society
PO Box 26841
Raleigh, NC 27611

 

peach brown round bulletDonations to the Triangle Native American Society Scholarship Fund

You may also contribute to the Triangle Native American Society's efforts through our scholarship fund. Donations made to the Triangle Native American Society Scholarship fund help us to support Native American college students. The Triangle Native American Society Scholarship is solely for Native American undergraduate students admitted and enrolled full-time at one of the 16 University of North Carolina System Constituencies. This award recognizes Native American students who have demonstrated leadership ability, scholastic, and community involvement and financial need. Through supporting our future Native American leaders benefits communities as a whole across our state.

Your donations are tax-deductible and your check or money order may be made out to the Triangle Native American Society Scholarship Fund. If you have any questions about making a donation please e-mail our Treasurer Ms. Gwen Locklear by clicking on her name. Please send your scholarship fund donations to the Triangle Native American Society:

Triangle Native American Society
PO Box 26841
Raleigh, NC 27611

 

peach brown round bulletDonate to TNAS -- Food Lion Shop and Share

It is time to register or renew your registration in the "Food Lion Shop and
Share" program!

A free and easy way to donate to TNAS -- Food Lion Shop and Share

A free and easy way to donate to TNAS and to help us keep doing the
kind of work we do is by using your Food Lion MVP Card! Simply
go to www.foodlion.com, click on "Fundraising." This will take you to "Lion Shop and Share."

Follow the directions to register your MVP card. You will select:
1) NC,
2)Raleigh, and
3) Triangle Native American Society; enter your name, address and
12-digit MVP Card number.

(It is important to enter ALL numbers on your card. If you experience problems, email us at tnas@tnasweb.org and we will be happy to help you get registered in this program.)

Every time you use your MVP card at any Food Lion store, a percentage
of your purchase will be donated to TNAS.

There are more than 2,100 American Indians in Wake County alone, and
our numbers are increasing across the Triangle area (Raleigh, Durham,
Chapel Hill and surrounding communities). It is estimated that there
are more than 20 tribal entities represented in the Triangle Area.

Thank you so very much for your support!! Supporting TNAS in
this manner will help us to continue to do the work we do.

peach brown round bulletTNAS SUPPORTERS

We would like to thank the following individuals and organizations for their contributions in support of our efforts:*
* contributions of $25 or more are listed as Friend = $25+, Patron = $75+, Benefactor = $150+, Sponsor = $250+

Sponsors

  • Progress Energy
  • GE
  • Bayer
  • Darlene Jacobs
  • UNC-Pembroke

Benefactors

  • Lana Dial
  • Jimmy R. Lowry
  • RD Locklear
  • Dr. Walt Wolfram
  • Robin R. Lowery & Alisa Hunt-Lowery
  • Dr. Ruth Dial & Noah Woods
  • Burlin & Janet Lowry
  • Corporate Press
  • NCIEDI
  • NCSU
  • UNC-Chapel Hill, Graduate School
  • UNC-Chapel Hill, Office of Minority Affairs

Patrons

  • Jeannie Jo Bell-Nichols
  • Brenda Grady
  • Dr. Zoe Locklear
  • Talana Miller
  • Greg Richardson
  • PROECO/Mark Stevens
  • Dr. Richard Adleman/ Family Health Care
  • American Indian Chamber of Commerce
  • Beverly Perdue Campaign
  • Museum of History

Friends

  • Lynda Aiman-Smith
  • Dr. Delane F. Boyer
  • Chiaheng John Chen
  • Dr. Heriberto Dixon
  • Elias Kevin Maynor
  • Fran Muse
  • Eloise F. Potter
  • David E. Wilkins

peach brown round bulletDonations- The Perfect Gift!

Stumped for a gift for a loved one? How about giving a donation on their behalf as a tribute to a friend or relative. We will send them a card letting them know you thought of them. We will also list them on this page as a friend of TNAS. If you have any questions about making a donation please e-mail our Treasurer Ms. Gwen Locklear by clicking on her name.

  • Sponsor Your friend or relative's name here
    honored by Your name here

  • Benefactor Your friend or relative's name here
    honored by Your name here

  • Patron Your friend or relative's name here
    honored by Your name here

  • Friend Your friend or relative's name here
    honored by Your name here

Friend

Dr. Adolph L. Dial
honored by
Glenn Ellen Stilling


* contributions of $25 or more are listed as

Friend = $25+, Patron = $50+, Benefactor = $100+, Sponsor = $150+

 

We are grateful to all contributors for helping to further our work on behalf of Native Americans in the Triangle area of North Carolina.

 

peach brown round bulletTNAS Contact Information:
Triangle Native American Society
P.O. Box 26841
Raleigh, NC 27611
www.tnasweb.org
tnas@tnasweb.org

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