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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

REPORTS AND MEDIA - video: Four Bands Story

Unlocking Investment in Rural America
Four Bands has been featured in a video produced by USDA and the Corporation for Enterprise Development that highlights the need for a collaboration like Uplift America and the unique role of CDFIs in improving rural communities.




3rd Annual Art in the Park
Art in the Park is an annual event that offers a full day of all-ages fun and entertainment for the Cheyenne River Reservation community as well as visitors. The 3rd Annual Art in the Park featured over 75 vendors who showcased a variety of handcrafted items, including pottery, quilts, woodwork, jewelry, painting, and other art mediums. Music, entertainment, and local food vendors added to the day.




Four Bands Featured in Video as Bush Prize for Community Innovation Awardee
Four Bands Featured in Video as Bush Prize for Community Innovation Awardee As a 2013 Bush Prize Winner, Four Bands was featured in a short film showcasing its innovative strategies in financial education, including our Making Waves program. Four Bands is humbled and grateful to have been selected for this award. We believe it speaks to the innovation and strength of our people and our community.




Building a Sustainable Future on Cheyenne River
In late 2013, Four Bands had the opportunity to showcase five of our local business owners and how they are making a difference in our reservation community. Watch the short video below to find out what these entrepreneurs are doing today to change tomorrow's economy. This video was developed through funding from the Northwest Area Foundation and a unique partnership with the Rural Community Assistance Corporation.




The Four Bands Story
In 2006, Four Bands was honored to be selected by one of our funders, Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) to have a short video produced that features our work. CCHD sent out a film crew and spent several days traveling around the reservation with us to visit our communities and meet with customers. They came out during the week of our annual big pow wow so they were able to capture a bit of our cultural activities as well. We hope you'll enjoy the video they produced as much as we do.