CIRI Invests in Assisted Living Facility
Changing demographics will shape Alaska’s future economy.
Shareholder Spotlight: Thomas Yates
After the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, CIRI shareholder Thomas Yates (Athabascan) wanted to fight.
Recipe: Russian Tea
This warm, spiced, shelf-stable beverage mix is popular in Alaska and makes a great gift!
Application Period Now Open: 2020 Next Gen Day
CIRI’s Next Gen Day provides an inside look into the company and future opportunities available to CIRI youth.
Alaska Native Vietnam Veterans Land Allotment Application Period to Open September 2020
The John D. Dingell Jr. Conservation, Management, and Recreation Act includes a provision to help Alaska Native veterans of the Vietnam War era select up to 160 acres of land in Alaska.
Veterans Day – November 11, 2019
With respect, honor and gratitude, CIRI would like to take this opportunity to thank all who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces.
CIRI Holiday Office Closure
In observance of the Christmas and New Year’s holidays, CIRI offices will be closed Tuesday, Dec. 24, 2019, through Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2020.
Nonprofit Spotlight: The CIRI Foundation
A private foundation established 37 years ago by the CIRI Board of Directors, The CIRI Foundation has contributed more than $35.5 million for the Alaska Native beneficiaries of CIRI to participate in post-secondary education.
TCF President and CEO Celebrates 20 Years
In October, original CIRI shareholder Susan Anderson (Tlingit) celebrated 20 years with The CIRI Foundation.
National Native American Heritage Month
National Native American Heritage Month is a celebration of the contributions America’s First Peoples have made to the establishment and growth of the U.S.
In Touch: Youth Advisory Council Selection
Congratulations to CIRI descendant Cha’Miya “Maya” Hines, who was recently selected to serve on Cook Inlet Tribal Council’s Youth Advisory Council.
Shape Our Future
Why is the 2020 census important? The data gathered will provide vital information to leaders in your school, your Tribal and local village governments, and businesses for use in community planning.
Wells Fargo Check Cashing Fees
Wells Fargo typically charges a $7.50 fee to individuals who do not have a Wells Fargo bank account but wish to cash a check issued from a Wells Fargo bank account. That fee is waived for checks issued by CIRI or the CIRI Settlement Trust.