Our Native Managed 501 c3 is a provider of Free Financial Literacy information, workshops, and materials, to Indian Country presented by Industry Experts.
Our Founder, John T. Moss, is a nationally recognized business leader, trainer, and author.
Financial Literacy presented with cultural understanding, as we provide, engenders a mind-set that promotes financial responsibility, which results in a desire to create generational economics. For Native Americans (Indians, Alaskans, and Hawaiians), the lack of ongoing supported Financial Literacy, has helped lead to a lifestyle that cannot be financially self-sustainable.
Look what other Sovereign Nations like India have accomplished from perseverance. When allowed to engage Financial Literacy with cultural understanding, great things can and will continue to happen! We hope to keep attending as many events as possible to get the word out. We must all work together for immediate positive change, and control our Nations own destiny's, and stop relying on other Nations financial allowances for Indian Country.
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Our goal is to provide Education and Solutions on
Credit Protection and Enhancement
Debt Management & Elimination
Wealth Creation & Generational Wealth Retention
Business Creation and Growth
Employment Creation & Opportunities
By understanding & implementing such tools, our goal is to have all nations flourish as the creator intended.
Did you know…
American Indian Statistics compared to Non-Indian American Races
- 40% of American Indian children live in poor families. American Indians experience a 23% higher poverty level than any other race in America. Ref: National Center for Children in Poverty web site: www.nccp.org
- The infant mortality rate among urban Native Americans is 33% percent higher
- Rates of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) are 22% percent higher
- The death rate among urban Native Americans is 38% percent higher
- The death rate from diabetes is 54% percent higher
- The death rate from chronic liver disease and cirrhosis is 126% percent higher
- The rate of alcohol-related deaths is 178% percent higher.
- Adolescent Alcohol use is 15% percent higher.
- Adult Alcohol use is 17% percent higher.
· For American Indian men, 26.5% of all deaths were alcohol-related,
· For American Indian women, 13.2% of all deaths were alcohol-related.
· In the general U.S. Population, 3.5% of all deaths in the U.S. considered alcohol-related
- The dropout rate among Native youth is estimated to be in the 70-80% range (Anisef & Johnson, 1993, p. 52) while the non-Native rate ranges from 36.1% http://jaie.asu.edu/v35/V35S2nat.htm
- The poverty rate for American Indians living on reservations (31.2%) is nearly three times the national rate.
- One in five homes on reservations lack complete plumbing facilities and less than 52% are connected to the public sewer system, which creates numerous health and environmental hazards.
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Please support our mission to educate and lift our brothers and sisters out of financial poverty. If you would like to donate your time, services, or funds to our Non-Profit please contact our Founder at firstname.lastname@example.org