As part of the National Center for American Indian Economic Development’s (NCAIED) 2024 Reservation Economic Summit (RES) in Las Vegas, NV, the Native CDFI Network (NCN) will host two sessions focused on clean energy finance.
The Native CDFI Network is excited to offer our Native CDFI members a valuable online platform designed to enhance the success of your Native small business owners, which in turn, adds value to your investments in communities you serve.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia released a comprehensive new report titled “U.S. Bank Branch Closures and Banking Deserts,” which finds that banking deserts – defined as neighborhoods with no bank branches nearby.
The Native CDFI Network and 17 other undersigned organizations write in strong support of the bipartisan Native American Entrepreneurial Opportunity Act (S. 1156) introduced by Senators John Hickenlooper (D-CO) and Cynthia Lummis (R-WY).
Today, the Native CDFI Network (NCN) signed on to a joint letter along with several hundred other stakeholder organizations from across the lender community calling on Congress to protect the EPA Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund (GGRF) from forthcoming legislation by House Republicans to gut the GGRF and divert its funding to subsidize fees charged on pollution generate by the oil and gas industry.
The Native CDFI Network (NCN) and 17 other co-signatory organizations submitted a letter to Congress supporting the bipartisan Native American Entrepreneurial Opportunity Act (H.R. 7102) introduced by Representatives Sharice Davids (D-KS) and Eli Crane (R-AZ) last week.
The Native CDFI Network (NCN) invites your organization to join its letter to Congressional leadership and the U.S. Senate Community Development Finance Caucus. The intent of this letter to Congress is to show support for the Scaling Community Lenders Act of 2023 (S. 1442) and the Community Development Investment Tax Credit Act of 2023 (S. 2963).
Twelve leading Native organizations – including the Native CDFI Network – have joined together to develop companion economic policy briefs focused on concrete steps Congress and the Biden Administration can take to boost tribal economies and Native-owned businesses