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The Chickasaw Foundation helps further education, inspire new ideas and build communities.

We appreciate donors for contributing their time and financial resources to provide opportunities, services and activities for the Chickasaw people. If you are interested in making a tax-deductible donation to the Chickasaw Foundation, donate online or call our office. Donations can also be mailed.

Memorial Donations

A memorial donation is a special way of remembering a loved one while helping others. Acknowledgement cards can be sent to family members, if requested, upon a donation being received by the Chickasaw Foundation.

For more information, call the Chickasaw Foundation.

Chickasaw Foundation’s Donor Spotlight

The Chickasaw Foundation greatly appreciates our generous donors. We recognize Chickasaw citizen Brian Gabbard, a donor for the Chickasaw Foundation since 2015.

Gabbard knows the Chickasaw Foundation provides students with resources to achieve a higher education and opportunities for the community to learn about Chickasaw history and culture. “As donors to the foundation, we have the privilege and opportunity to be a part of this,” he said.

“There is no other foundation that gives back to its community like the Chickasaw Foundation, which promotes health and medical research, provides scholarships for higher education and adult literacy, supports local communities through nutrition and other initiatives.”

Gabbard supports the Chickasaw Foundation and wants to help carry on Chickasaw culture and the great progress the tribe has achieved. The Chickasaw Foundation scholarship program furnishes recipients with educational and cultural opportunities. 

Chickasaw Foundation ECCP Spotlight

Felicia Gilliam has been employed with the Chickasaw Nation since 2015. She works as a quality coordinator for the Chickasaw Nation Department of Health. She is a registered nurse and assists First American families with labor and delivery at the Chickasaw Nation Medical Center.

It was in employee orientation where she first heard about the Chickasaw Foundation and the educational opportunities it offers. Mrs. Gilliam believes the best way to prepare our youth is by providing opportunities for individuals to further their education. She is appreciative that the Chickasaw Foundation was created to help young Chickasaws achieve their dreams of a higher education.

“I have contributed to the Chickasaw Foundation since day one and will continue to do so for years to come. Education opens the door to so many opportunities and careers, it is truly life changing to receive an education,” she said. “I am honored to contribute to that cause, helping change lives.” Mrs. Gilliam has been married for 10 years and has three children.

For more information or to contribute, call (580) 421-9030.