Community Highlights

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 • 10:00 A.M. – 5:30 P.M. • MICROSOFT TEAMS

Join the Department of Social Services for a virtual all-day discussion onhow trauma and violence impact our communities, especially our men, boys, and our LGBTQ+ and Two-Spirit relatives. Speakers for the event include:
 
Lenny Hayes, Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate, Tate Topa Consulting
Hali McKelvie, Sault Ste. Marie Band of Chippewa Indians

Click the image below for a collaborative collection of recipes, videos, and links to a variety of healthy Native American Nutrition resources shared with the permission of other Tribal Organizations across the country.  

 

After months of collaboration between our tribe’s Language Program and Mango Languages, a language-training company, the first chapter of our Potawatomi Language Course has launched. This is the first of ten chapters planned for phase one of the course.

By Janet Cocciarelli, Executive Director

I am delighted to share The Pokagon Fund's 2015 Annual Report, which may be accessed here. Our report provides a year-end summary of the Fund's activities, a record of grants and issues supported, and a description of our contributions. The 2015 Annual report explores the crucial social value created within communities when individuals and organizations work together to nurture a culture of caring.