Gift Giving Opportunities
For many years, the American Indian Studies Center has been involved in American Indian communities and the issues that affect them. In addition to supporting academic work on American Indian issues, the Center has also supported conferences and symposia on repatriation, tribal recognition, California tribes, the Indian Child Welfare Act, gaming, Project Peacemaker, and Project HOOP.
The Center is the place on the UCLA campus where American Indian graduate and undergraduate student organizations gather, study, and socialize.
By donating to the Friends of the American Indian Studies Center, your gift may be used for the following:
Student Support - This funding will support student requests for travel to conferences, campus colloquia, and student-sponsored events. It helps fund student research and cultural activities, as well as justice initiatives and education.
Community Outreach - Funding to community outreach efforts will support our efforts to link projects and events with American Indian community partners and other academic stakeholders.
Library - The AISC Library prioritizes acquiring unique materials that are infrequently collected elsewhere. It seeks to become the largest repository of films by and about Native Americans. Donated funds will be used to expand the library's collection of books, periodicals, DVDs, and film. All purchases made with these funds will display the donor's name on the item.
BRAID - This funding will support the Books and Resources for American Indians in Detention program. BRAID donates reading materials to American Indian men, women, and juveniles in detention. To learn more, click here.
ILOC Archive - This funding supports the maintenance of the Indian Law & Order Commission's research of justice in Indian Country.
Faculty Recruitment - Help the Center find top-notch, cutting-edge scholars.
For further information, please contact the American Indian Studies Center at (310) 825-7315.
To donate, click here.