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Fund Native American GED Students

Give An Education

Help Native Americans break the cycle of poverty by earning their GED.

Partnering with the Tohono O'odham Department of Education, the Native American Advancement Foundation has initiated a GED program that provides tutoring and the guidance needed to obtain their GED.

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Eager Students of the Tohono Oodham Nation

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The Gu'Vo Youth Program is designed to combat high dropout rates among Native Americans and the prevalence of Type II Diabetes.

This after school program nourishes mind and body with reading, math, and art activities, fitness clinics, and nutritional meals prepared using The Mayo Clinic Kids' Cookbook.

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