Philanthropy

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The Prairie Island Indian Community has focused charitable giving on a range of civic and community organizations, health care causes, Native American tribes and organizations, education and environmental awareness efforts and youth sports activities.

Our commitment to strengthening the surrounding region is unquestionable. Generosity is fundamental to who we are as Dakota Oyate.

Prairie Island Indian Community Tribal Council

Requesting Donations from PIIC

Limitations/Restrictions:

  • All requests must be submitted through the PIIC Donation Request Form on PrairieIsland.org.
    • Please be as specific as possible.
  • Include a budget justification.
  • Organizations located on reservations should include a letter of support from their local tribal council.
  • Requests should be submitted at least three months in advance.
  • Telephone inquiries are not accepted.
  • Powwow donation requests are not accepted.
  • You will be notified via USPS or email, wether your request has been approved or denied. You will receive notification as to whether or not we can honor your request. Donation outcomes will be sent to you via USPS.
  • Expiration dates on gift certificates received from any fundraising event will be enforced-no exceptions.
  • Organizations/individuals are limited to ONE donation request within a 12-month period.

We reserve the right to approve or deny any donation or sponsorship.

Donation Request Form

Mailing Address
Event Address
Mailing Address
Sports Sponsorship
Address of League
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Prairie Island and Treasure Island Resort and Casino Donate More Than 300 Gifts to Foster Youth

This December, Prairie Island Community Members and employees partnered with Treasure Island Resort & Casino employees to collect and donate more than 300 gifts to American Indian Family and Children Services.
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Mask Designed by Prairie Island Community Member Raises $35,100 at Auction

In November, Community member and Artist Cole Redhorse Taylor had the opportunity to design a one-of-a-kind Dakota-inspired mask that was worn by Minnesota Wild goaltender Marc-André Fleury at the Wild Heritage Night game and was later auctioned off.
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Prairie Island Community Member and Timberwolves Center Naz Reid Collaborate on Artwork

Over the summer, Timberwolves center Naz Reid and Prairie Island Indian Community artist Blanche White came together to collaborate on a unique piece of artwork.
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