GIVING BACK TO OUR COMMUNITIES

Cook Native American Ministries Foundation CNAMF provides seed grants, sponsorships and scholarships to continue the vision of CNAMF founder, Reverend Charles H. Cook. Cook’s passion was to equip Native Americans to serve as leaders in church and society, and his legacy remains today.

GRANT PROGRAM

 

Cook Native American Ministries Foundation (CNAMF) creates HOPE and OPPORTUNITIES for the next generation of Native American leaders through our grant program.

CNAMF offers funding opportunities nationwide to congregations and non-profit organizations who actively work in Native communities to provide programs and services. The intent is to jumpstart a project, get an idea off the ground or grow a program. CNAMF grants provide seed money for projects that:

  • Cultivate leadership in churches and tribal communities

  • Create sustainable models that lead to positive change

  • Promote effective programs and leaders within church and community

​CNAMF considers grants to organizations that present projects and programs in the following priority funding areas:

  • Education

  • Leadership

  • Healthcare

  • Faith-Based Programs

  • Religious Activities

What We Do Not Fund:

  • Capital Campaigns or Capital Items such as buildings, equipment, vehicles

  • Deficit Financing    

  • General Operations

  • Grants to Individuals

  • Scholarship Funds

 
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