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NICWA provides training and support for the Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978 (ICWA). ICWA helps keep American Indian children with American Indian families.

NICWA Partners With AMERIND Risk to Double Donations on Giving Tuesday


The National Indian Child Welfare Association has partnered with AMERIND Risk for a 1-to-1 match of donations up to $2,000 made on #givingtuesday—November 29th.

Donations will help NICWA defend the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA), which ensures vulnerable American Indian and Alaska Native children and families remain connected to one another and their communities—a protection they are guaranteed under ICWA.

With the support of AMERIND Risk, donors will be able to double their impact and help honor the tradition of strong Indian families for generations to come. Share your shupport with the hashtag #strongindianfamilies.

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NICWA works to support the safety, health, and spiritual strength of Native children along the broad continuum of their lives. We promote building tribal capacity to prevent child abuse and neglect through positive systems change at the state, federal, and tribal levels.

Vision: Every Indian child must have access to community-based, culturally appropriate services that help them grow up safe, healthy, and spiritually strong—free from abuse, neglect, sexual exploitation, and the damaging effects of substance abuse.

Mission: NICWA is dedicated to the well-being of American Indian and Alaska Native children and families. To learn more about NICWA, visit

About AMERIND Risk

AMERIND Risk is the only 100% Tribally owned insurance solutions provider in Indian Country. Over 400 Tribes united and pooled their resources to create AMERIND Risk to keep money within Indian Country. AMERIND Risk provides property, liability, workers’ compensation insurance and employee benefits for Tribes, Tribal governments, Tribal businesses, and individual property coverage. In May of 2016, AMERIND launched a new business line AMERIND Critical Infrastructure (ACI) which will help tribes obtain high-speed Internet.

To learn more about AMERIND Risk, visit

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