CPN conducted a survey to determine the extent and severity of cedar infestation across Tribal-owned land and developed categories to prioritize extermination. The assessment estimated 4,000 acres of CPN property met the standards for level II or level III infestation.
The CPCDC will use capital awarded from the Grow with Google Small Business Fund loans and grants from Google.org to support small businesses in its service area hardest hit by the economic impact of the coronavirus and recent civil unrest.
Through a partnership with the national nonprofit Fund for Teachers, the Tulsa Community Foundation and the Oklahoma Tribal Alliance, the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence receives bridge funding to administer professional development to teachers like Tribal member Nathalie Lee.
Beaubien descendant Kaitlyn Precure’s internship with Citizen Potawatomi Nation focused on potential funding opportunities to expand the CPN Cultural Heritage Center’s programming.
Through a generous donation from the United States Social Security Administration, the Citizen Potawatomi Nation Department of Education received a limited number of desktop computer sets to be granted to current students.
Serving most areas of southern Pottawatomie County, Okla. and adjacent Oklahoma County is not an easy job for the Tribal police force or the vehicles that carry them from areas as far away as Asher to Harrah. Understanding those challenges, the CPNPD is always on the lookout for new opportunities to secure top-of-the-line equipment in Read More »
The Citizen Potawatomi Nation Housing Department has a “One Time Grant” available to enrolled Tribal members who are going to purchase, build or refinance a home. This grant is for closing costs or down payment only. All Citizen Potawatomi tribal members are eligible for this grant for one time only. The maximum amount available is Read More »