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Request For Applications! Community Empowerment Grants
The Notah Begay III (NB3) Foundation is pleased to offer up to five 22-month grants of $200,000 through its Community Empowerment Grants. This funding and support opportunity, made possible by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and W.K. Kellogg Foundation will support Native American communities and/or organizations engaged in or initiating collective impact efforts to measurably impact Native American youth health through the NB3 Foundation’s fore core areas.

NB3FIT Youth Golf Team is accepting applications!

In 2021 we will recruit and support up to 15 Native youth golfers who demonstrate exceptional golf skills and community commitment. The NB3 Foundation will help these young overcome barriers that Native youth may face while pursuing high levels of competition in golf. 
Native youth must meet eligibility criteria for consideration for the NB3FIT Youth Golf Team:
  • Current New Mexico resident
  • For youth ages 13-18
  • Must have competed in at least 10 tournaments in the previous 18 months.
NB3 Foundation guest panelist at Chobani Child Hunger Summit

On February 23, NB3 Foundation Director of Advancement, Cyanne Lujan joined fellow experts from across the country to discuss poverty, race and hunger in America.

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