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Four Bands Community Fund
Box 932
Eagle Butte, SD 57625
605-964-3687 phone
605-964-3689 fax

info@fourbands.org
 
Four Bands programs The Place to Grow
Four Bands Community Fund, a nonprofit organization, continuously strives to create economic opportunity on the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation by helping people build strong and sustainable small businesses and increase their financial capability to enter the financial mainstream. Our programs and services translate the traditional Lakota values of self-sufficiency, wise resource management, and a spirit of entrepreneurship into practical applications for today's modern Reservation community.
   
 

On the Calendar
Construction Contractor Survival Training
July 24, 2014; 6:00pm-8:00pm; Four Bands Training Center, Eagle Butte, SD
Learn about contractor risks, successfully completing projects, and getting paid. To reserve your spot in this training, contact Mark Shupick at 605-964-3687.

 

In the News
Cheyenne River Woman Advocates for Investing in Indian Country at White House
August 6, 2014
On July 24, 2014, Tanya Fiddler, Executive Director of Four Bands Community Fund, spoke on a panel at the Rural Opportunity Investment (ROI) Conference hosted by the White House Rural Council in Washington, D.C. The panel titled, "Co-Investing with Treasury," raised awareness of U.S. Treasury-supported programs that are designed to connect large-scale private investment and smaller-scale capital needs in rural America, including Indian reservations. Read the full story.




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