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  • 16 Aug 2018 10:26 AM | Christy Finsel (Administrator)

    This month, ONAC worked with President Parton of the Wichita and Affiliated Tribes and opened twenty-nine more Children's Savings Accounts (CSAs) for their tribal youth.   In total, ONAC has funded eighty-three CSAs for Wichita and Affiliated youth (during three rounds of account opening events over the past several years).   84% of the youth with those accounts are from families living at 200% or below the federal poverty level.

    For our CSA program, ONAC works with nineteen tribal and Native nonprofit partners to provide outreach for the accounts.  To date, ONAC has funded a total of 579 CSAs for Native youth in the U.S. 

    ONAC is grateful for the opportunity to work with these partners, including the Wichita and Affiliated Tribes.  

  • 31 Jul 2018 1:33 PM | Christy Finsel (Administrator)

    Training: "Building Native Communities: Financial Skills for Families"

    You are invited to attend a First Nations Development Institute Building Native Communities (BNC) train-the-trainer on October 23-25, 2018, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.  

    This free of charge training, organized by the Oklahoma Native Assets Coalition, Inc. (ONAC), is co-sponsored by First Nations Development Institute, ONAC, the Native Alliance Against Violence, Choctaw Asset Building, Bank2, and the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma Victim Services. 

    BNC trainings are designed to provide Native-specific and culturally relevant financial education training for those who will then teach (or already do teach) financial education to Native communities.   If you are new to teaching financial education, this is a great way to receive certification, so you may more confidently teach classes in your tribal communities.  For those already teaching classes, this training is designed to help you refresh your skills and have access to updated curriculum materials.  On the final day of the training, participants are invited to take a test so they may be a certified Building Native Communities trainer.  

    Native-specific financial education trainings, such as BNC trainings, acknowledge the broader understanding Native communities have about assets, as assets not only being money but also sovereignty, kinship, Native languages and arts, natural resources, etc.  The training materials include culturally relevant examples and note the ways Native communities have been saving for generations.  Tribes and Native nonprofits may choose to integrate Native financial education into their other asset building programs.   

    Register HERE  

    Who Should Attend this Native-Specific Financial Education Training? 

    Tribal leaders, tribal program directors and other staff, Native nonprofits, Native asset building practitioners, college students interested in helping to teach financial education in their tribal communities or at ONAC Children’s Savings Account opening events, tribal housing authorities, domestic violence advocates, state agencies, federal programs, inter-tribal organizations, financial institutions, and others interested in utilizing Native-specific financial education curriculum.  

    Training Sponsors

    This training is sponsored by First Nations Development Institute, the Oklahoma Native Assets Coalition, Inc. (ONAC), Native Alliance Against Violence, Choctaw Asset Building, Bank2, and the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma Victim Services.  

    Training Location

    The training will be held at the Oklahoma City Community College, located at 7777 South May Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73159.   The training room is located in the campus library, the Keith Leftwich Memorial Library, room 407.  During the training, we will provide a handout of nearby restaurants where training participants may choose to eat lunch.   There are two elevators available in the library, if needed to help participants access the training room.   The community college recommends that training participants park in Parking Lot B, by the library, and enter the library through the north doors.  Lot B may be accessed from SW 74th Street.  Here is a link to the campus map: http://myatlascms.com/map/?id=468#!s/key=Library?m/65276.

    Training Schedule

    Tuesday, October 23, 2018 

       8:00 a.m. Registration

       8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Training 

    Wednesday, October 24, 2018 

         8:30 a.m. –4:30 p.m. Training

    Thursday, October 25, 2018

         8:30 a.m.–3:00 p.m.  Training and Certification Testing 

    Registration Fee: This 2018 Building Native Communities train-the-trainer is free of charge to participants.  Sponsors are covering the costs to provide this training opportunity, as part of their efforts to reduce training costs for Native communities.

    Hotel Rate:  Hampton Inn located at 920 S.W. 77th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73139.  To make a reservation under the reduced ONAC room rate of $89.00 a night plus tax, call: (405) 602-3400 and provide the rate code C-ONA.   If you have any questions regarding the room rate and reservations, contact Christy Finsel, ONAC Executive Director, at (405) 401-7873.  The hotel provides a complimentary hot/cold buffet breakfast.  Free self-parking is available onsite.  The hotel is 2.6 miles away from the Oklahoma City Community College. 

    Questions? 

    If you have any questions about this Native financial education training, please contact Christy Finsel, ONAC Executive Director, at cfinsel@oknativeassets.org or at (405) 401-7873. 

    Register HERE 

  • 26 Jun 2018 9:23 AM | Christy Finsel (Administrator)

    Thank you to the donors who contributed to ONAC's 1:1 Fund campaign last week.  With your support, on Friday evening, we exceeded our campaign goal of $5,000 and raised funds for 51 Children's Savings Accounts for Native youth.   Every donation made a difference.  Thank you donors!  Given the demand for accounts from our nineteen partners, we really appreciated your help to make college savings accounts a reality for Native youth. 

    The next 1:1 ONAC campaign will be November 27, 2018.  On that day, the 1:1 Fund will match your donations to the ONAC Children's Savings Account program, dollar for dollar, up to $500 per donation. 

    In the interim, if you wish to donate to ONAC's CSA program, without a match, please go to https://give.classy.org/ONAC.

    Thank you!

    Christy and the ONAC Leadership 

     

  • 06 Jun 2018 2:30 PM | Christy Finsel (Administrator)

    ONAC 2018 Conference Follow-Up

    Thank you for your attendance at the ONAC Conference yesterday.   ONAC was grateful for your participation.  We appreciated you sharing your day with the coalition.  99 individuals registered to attend and 91 were in attendance.  

    ONAC is grateful to all the speakers who shared their asset building expertise.  There was a lot of information shared yesterday.  Special thanks to President Terri Parton, Principal Chief Kay Rhoads, Chairman John "Rocky" Barrett, Dr. Michael Sherraden, Tewanna Edwards, Mashell Sourjohn, Dakota Cole, Vincent Palacios, Michelle Tinnen, Pamela Charles, Cindy Carter, Aracely Panameno, and Nancy Bainbridge.

    Thank you also to Governor Edwina Butler-Wolfe for her attendance and to Tewanna Edwards for generously donating the framed prints for the conference raffle.  Also, a big thank you to The Journal Record, and reporter Molly Fleming, for publishing a story about the conference yesterday.  

    ONAC held the conference with the generous support of our sponsors:  The Journal Record, Chickasaw Nation Community Development Endeavor, LLC, Choctaw Asset Building, Cherokee Nation, Osage Casino, First Nations Development Institute, Publishing Concepts, LLC, AARP Oklahoma, and the Native Alliance Against Violence.  Without their support, we would not have held the conference. 

    We know that most all of you traveled at least several hours to join us yesterday.  ONAC really appreciates your asset building efforts and your participation in the coalition.  We were honored that you joined us!

    Yesterday was a busy day.  We would be happy to follow-up with you about conversations that we were not able to finish yesterday; needs/suggestions you have for the coalition; distribution of information about events you plan to hold in the future; interest your tribe, nonprofit, corporation, etc. may have in partnering with ONAC on Native asset building initiatives; ways you would like to strengthen the coalition; etc.  Please feel free to be in-touch. 

    This morning, we heard back from First Nations Development Institute.  They are available to provide a trainer for the Building Native Communities financial education train-the-trainer on October 23-25, 2018.  We will likely hold the training in Oklahoma City.  ONAC will send more information to you soon about the event and sponsors.  Please save the date.  If you are interested in partnering with ONAC to bring this training to OK, including with helping with outreach to your tribe or program, please let us know. 


  • 01 Jun 2018 2:40 PM | Christy Finsel (Administrator)

    ONAC Newsletter, June 2018

    ONAC 2018 Conference Scheduled for June 5, 2018

    The 2018 ONAC Conference is fast-approaching!  ONAC’s 2018 Conference will be held on Tuesday, June 5, 2018, at the Jim Thorpe Event Space, (a.k.a.), the Jeaneen and Bob Naifeh Family and Bud Wilkinson Event Center, located at 4040 N. Lincoln Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK 73105. (Please note this conference event space is a separate location from the Jim Thorpe museum downtown).

    During the conference, we will examine the current state of Native asset building; have opportunities for peer learning; share information about Native asset building models, funding sources, partnership opportunities, research, training and technical assistance; and learn about ONAC next steps and ways to be involved in the Coalition.

    This year, we are honored to hear from Wichita and Affiliated Tribes President Terri Parton, Sac and Fox Principal Chief Kay Rhoads, and Citizen Potawatomi Nation Chairman John “Rocky” Barrett; Dr. Michael Sherraden, George Warren Brown Distinguished University Professor, Director, Center for Social Development, Washington University in Saint Louis; Mashell Sourjohn (AARP Oklahoma); Vincent Palacios of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities; Michelle Tinnin of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Pam Charles of the Internal Revenue Service,  Cindy Carter Renfro of the U.S. Small Business Administration, Aracely Panameno of the Center for Responsible Lending, and Nancy Bainbridge of Bank2.   We will also have a listening session on New Market Tax Credits with Dakota Cole and board members of the Chickasaw Nation Community Development Endeavor, LLC.  During the conference, ONAC will recognize our Children’s Savings Account partners and mini-grant awardees from around the state. 

    Who should attend the conference?

    Those interested and engaged in Native asset building are encouraged to attend.  We invite Tribal leaders, Tribal program directors, Native nonprofits, Native asset building practitioners and researchers, state representatives, students, cultural advisors, policy organizations, funders, financial institutions and financial institution regulatory bodies, national asset building organizations, inter-tribal organizations, representatives from the Office of the Special Trustee for American Indians, IRS, and others interested in tribal asset building in Oklahoma to attend.

    Conference Schedule:

    8:30 a.m. Registration (Doors open at 8:00 a.m.)

    9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Conference

    Registration Fee: The 2018 ONAC Conference Fee is $30.00 per registrant.  You may register and pay for the registration fee online or by check.  Lunch will be provided during the conference.

    To access the agenda and to register, please use this link: http://www.oknativeassets.org/2018-ONAC-Conference

    Thank you to the following conference sponsors: The Journal Record, Chickasaw Nation Community Development Endeavor, LLC, Choctaw Asset Building, Cherokee Nation, Osage Casino, First Nations Development Institute, Publishing Concepts, LLC, AARP Oklahoma, and the Native Alliance Against Violence.

    ONAC Children’s Savings Account (CSA) Program Updates  

    As of May 2018, ONAC has funded 526 CSAs.  Since November 2017, more accounts were opened for youth served by the Osage Nation Financial Assistance Department, the Cherokee Nation Child Support Services, Housing Authority of the Peoria Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma, Citizen Potawatomi CDC, Muscogee (Creek) Scholarship Foundation Program, and Osage Financial Resources, Inc.   During the next several months, account-opening events are planned for the Wyandotte Nation (our newest partner), the Osage Nation Financial Assistance Department, and Wichita and Affiliated Tribes.  ONAC is thankful to our nineteen tribal and Native nonprofit partners for all their work on this program!  

    The Closing the Women’s Wealth Gap (CWWG) Initiative invited ONAC to speak about our Children’s Savings Account work at their CWWG Equity Institute in Chicago in April 2018.  This institute was offered to participants in the PolicyLink Equity Summit 2018.   ONAC was grateful for this opportunity to participate in the panel discussion!

    ONAC's Children's Savings Account (CSA) Program Is In The News!  Click on this link to read more about ONAC's CSA program: http://journalrecord.com/2018/01/31/onac-extends-outreach-for-tribal-youth-college-savings-plans/.  This article was sponsored and made available in front of the paywall by BKD CPAs and Advisors.  ONAC is grateful to The Journal Record and BKD CPAs and Advisors for helping to spread the word about ONAC’s CSA program.

    Osage Nation Foundation Awards $2,500 to ONAC

    The Osage Nation Foundation has awarded $2,500 to ONAC to fund twenty-five Children’s Savings Account opening deposits for Osage youth.  This is the second grant awarded to ONAC for this work.  ONAC will work with the Osage Nation Financial Assistance Department to open the accounts for Osage families they serve.  Our coalition is grateful to the Osage Nation Foundation for this support and partnership.

    W.K. Kellogg Foundation Awards $75,000 to ONAC

    As of May 2018, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation has awarded $75,000 to ONAC for its Children’s Savings Account and family emergency savings account work, extending ONAC’s current W.K. Kellogg-funded grant to April 2019.  ONAC is grateful for this support of our asset building efforts.  With this grant, ONAC will fund five family emergency mini-grants (funds for 120 accounts).  Additionally, ONAC will fund 124 additional CSAs and conduct an evaluation of the CSA and family emergency savings account projects.  ONAC is grateful for this support of our programs.

    Next 1:1 Fund Campaign to Support ONAC’s CSA Program Scheduled for June 18-22, 2018

    Whether it’s kindergarten, high school or college, students will soon don their caps and gowns to celebrate graduation season (or they may already have)!

    ONAC is celebrating the accomplishments of our children. That’s why, for the week of June 18th-22nd, the 1:1 Fund will match your ONAC CSA donation, dollar for dollar, up to $500! Donate to help our Native youth have many more graduation ceremonies!

    In the fall of 2017, ONAC was accepted as a partner by the 1:1 Fund.  They offer us two crowdsource-based fundraising campaigns a year, during which time they match each individual donation, dollar for dollar, up to $500. 

    On GivingTuesday 2017, with support of donors, ONAC raised over $3,900 to fund thirty-nine CSAs for Native youth in Oklahoma.  ONAC uses these donations fund the $100 minimum opening account deposit required for each 529 account opened through the Oklahoma 529 College Savings Plan.   These funds allow ONAC to serve Native youth ages birth to 22. 

    The next campaign will be held from June 18-22, 2018.  To donate, please go to: https://give.classy.org/ONAC.  Thank you for your support!

    ONAC To Co-Host a Building Native Communities (BNC) Training in Oklahoma City With First Nations Development Institute, October 23-25, 2018

    This training will be a Native-specific financial education train-the-trainer designed for those who will teach financial education classes to Native communities. More information to follow.

    Mini-Grant Awardees Complete their Projects

    The Housing Authority of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma administered an emergency savings account project for 15 families; the accounts were opened through First United Bank.  From grant funds, each family received $200 as an initial deposit to their account.  Most of the families are in a Seminole lease-purchase program and they are saving to purchase a home.  To recruit families, the Housing Authority of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma offered a two-generation approach.  They worked with ONAC to host a Children’s Savings Account opening event so that the families could complete Children’s Savings Account applications for their children, participate in a financial education presentation by First United Bank, and receive the account opening information needed to open a savings account to hold funds for emergencies.  During the account-opening event, the housing authority provided a meal for the families.  Remaining financial education was provided on a one-on-one basis by First United Bank staff when the families came into the bank branches to open their family emergency savings account.  The participants were encouraged to add their own deposits to the account by following their individual savings plans (awarded $3,500).

    Absentee Shawnee Housing Authority The purpose of their Match Savings Account program was to provide current and/or future participants in their Home Ownership/Lease to Own programs with an opportunity to open a savings account to help offset the costs of a housing emergency or emergencies that may affect their housing needs.  Ten families received $200 in match funds (for their savings deposits) to help them grow the funds in their emergency savings account (awarded $2,000).

    Support Native Asset Building in Oklahoma 

    As part of our efforts to sustain and grow the coalition, ONAC welcomes donations, sponsorships, and memberships.  For more information, please go to the donate page at www.oknativeassets.org or call Christy Finsel, ONAC Executive Director, at 405-401-7873. 

    ONAC is on Facebook 

    Please “like” us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/oknativeassets/.

    Thank you for your asset building efforts and support of ONAC!

  • 19 Apr 2018 4:24 PM | Christy Finsel (Administrator)

    We invite you to attend the 2018 Oklahoma Native Assets Coalition (ONAC) Conference. The conference will be held on Tuesday, June 5, 2018, at the Jim Thorpe Event Space (a.k.a. the Jeaneen and Bob Naifeh Family and Bud Wilkinson Event Center located at 4040 N. Lincoln Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK 73105.

    During the conference, we will examine the current state of Native asset building; have opportunities for peer learning; share information about Native asset building models, funding sources, partnership opportunities, research, training and technical assistance; and learn about ONAC next steps and ways to be involved in the Coalition. We invite you to participate in this interactive conference.


  • 01 Mar 2018 9:44 AM | Christy Finsel (Administrator)


    500th ONAC-Funded CSA Opened This Morning!

    As of today, March 1, 2018, ONAC has funded 500 Children's Savings Accounts (CSAs) for Native youth!   Our coalition is grateful to all of our CSA funders, as well as to our tribal and Native nonprofit partners.  We are also thankful to work with all the Native families who have opened accounts.  


  • 12 Feb 2018 2:35 PM | Christy Finsel (Administrator)

    ONAC's Children's Savings Account (CSA) Program Is In The News!  

    Click on this link to read more about ONAC's CSA program: http://journalrecord.com/2018/01/31/onac-extends-outreach-for-tribal-youth-college-savings-plans/

    This article was sponsored and made available in front of the paywall by BKD CPAs and Advisors.  

    ONAC wishes to thank the nineteen tribal and Native nonprofit partners that work with us on the CSA program, as well as our program funders.  We are also grateful to The Journal Record for helping ONAC to tell the story about our CSA program and for writing articles that are resources to tribal communities.  Finally, we are thankful to BKD CPAs and Advisors for sponsoring this article and helping others to view it in front of the paywall.  

  • 30 Jan 2018 11:38 AM | Christy Finsel (Administrator)

    The Closing the Women’s Wealth Gap (CWWG) Initiative has invited ONAC to speak about our Children’s Savings Account work at their CWWG Equity Institute in Chicago in April 2018.  This institute is offered to participants in the PolicyLink Equity Summit 2018.   ONAC is grateful for this invitation!

  • 30 Jan 2018 11:04 AM | Christy Finsel (Administrator)

    ONAC Newsletter, January 2018

    ONAC Children’s Savings Account (CSA) Program Updates 

    As of January 2018, ONAC has funded 467 CSAs.  Recently, more accounts were opened for youth served by the Osage Nation Financial Assistance Department and the Cherokee Nation Child Support Services.   Account opening events are scheduled for February 2018 with the Citizen Potawatomi CDC and May 2018 with the Wyandotte Nation (our newest partner).   By May, we anticipate that ONAC will have funded over 500 CSAs for Native youth.  ONAC is thankful to our nineteen tribal and Native nonprofit partners for all their work on this program!  

    Recently, the Asset Funders Network published a survey with a snapshot of philanthropic support for the field of CSA initiatives.  ONAC was included in the survey.  To read more, go to https://assetfunders.org/resource/2015-2016-csa-survey-private-funding/.

    ONAC 2018 CSA Calendars for Sale

    ONAC is still selling our 2018 desk calendars.  Each calendar costs $20.00.  The monthly calendar cards are enclosed in a plastic case that folds over to create a freestanding desktop calendar display.  Twelve pieces of artwork, from the CSA account-opening events with the Housing Authority of the Seminole Nation, Ponca Tribe Head Start Program, the American Indian Resource Center, Inc., and Believing in Native Generations (BLING), are included in this calendar.  At the CSA events, the youth envision assets in their lives and create artwork showing what they value: family, homes, food, jobs, education, natural resources, etc.  In the photo included with this newsletter, a ten-year old drew a college campus to show his hopes for going to college. 

    To order a calendar, please go to ONAC’s donate page on our website, at http://www.oknativeassets.org/donate.  In the “Donate Online” section of the page, please enter your name and mailing address, the amount you want charged to your credit card ($20 per calendar), and in the comment section note “calendars” and anything else you need to tell us about the order.   If you have a complicated order, please contact Christy Finsel at cfinsel@oknativeassets.org or (405) 401-7873 so she may assist you.  For those wishing to order and pay for calendars by check, please send a note with the mailing address(es) for the calendars and a check for the amount due ($20 per calendar) made out to the Oklahoma Native Assets Coalition, Inc. to the following address: Oklahoma Native Assets Coalition, Inc. Attn: Christy Finsel, 9511 Horseshoe Road, Oklahoma City, OK 73162.  Proceeds from the calendar sales help ONAC fund additional CSAs for Native youth.  Thank you for your support!

    Mini-Grant Awardees Complete their Projects

    • The Kaw Nation conducted a financial education workshop for twenty Kaw Nation students between the ages of 12-17.  During the workshop, staff from Eastman National Bank and City National Bank, as well as Stephen Coit, a Fiduciary Trust Officer with the Office of Special Trustee for American Indians, presented financial education content to the Native youth participants.  Kaw students traveled from Tahlequah, Newkirk, and Ponca City, Oklahoma, as well as Augusta, Kansas, to attend the classes.  Upon completion of the classes, with ONAC mini grant funding for CSAs, the Kaw Nation provided each youth with $135 to be used to open or fund a savings account at a bank or credit union or an account held through the Oklahoma 529 College Savings Plan.  The youth had an opportunity to earn more money for their savings accounts by participating in an essay contest (the essay contest was funded by ONAC mini grant funding).   The Kaw Nation Tribal Youth Program chose the essay topic. The students were asked: How can you use the information you have obtained from the Kaw Nation ONAC Financial Workshop to reach your future financial goals?  Essay rules and applications were made available to all students at the conclusion of the workshop.  Three City National Bank employees read and selected the three winning essays.   The essay winners were awarded a total of $500 in prize money, with a $300 1st place prize, $150 2nd place prize, and a $50 3rd place prize.
    • The Housing Authority of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma administered an emergency savings account project for fifteen families they serve.  The accounts were opened through First United Bank.  From grant funds, each family received $200 as an initial deposit for their account.  Most of the families in the program are in Seminole lease-purchase program as they are saving to purchase a home.  To recruit families, the Housing Authority of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma offered a two-generation approach.  They worked with ONAC to host a Children’s Savings Account opening event so that the families could complete Children’s Savings Account applications for their children, participate in a financial education presentation by First United Bank, and receive the account opening information needed to open a savings account to hold funds for emergencies.  During the account-opening event, they provided a meal for the families.  Remaining financial education was provided on a one-on-one basis by First United Bank staff when the families came into the bank branches to open their family emergency savings account.  The participants were encouraged to add their own deposits to the account by following their individual savings plans.
    • Absentee Shawnee Housing Authority The purpose of their Match Savings Account program was to provide current and/or future participants in their Home Ownership/Lease to Own programs with an opportunity to open a savings account to help offset the costs of a housing emergency or emergencies that may affect their housing needs.  Ten families received $200 in match funds for their emergency savings account.

    MyFreeTaxes for the Upcoming Tax Season 

    The Oklahoma Native Assets Coalition, Inc. (ONAC) has partnered with IRS Stakeholder Partnerships, Education, and Communication (SPEC) and agreed to post a link on our website to MyFreeTaxes.com. 

    For the next tax season, if you are a filing a simple return, and have an Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) under $66,000 per tax return, you are invited to file your state and federal returns, for free, by using this MyFreeTaxes link: https://www.unitedway.org/myfreetaxes/. 

    To file your taxes on MyFreeTaxes.com, you will need the following:

    • Last year’s Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) when e-filing you must enter last year’s AGI to validate your return.  You can obtain this from last year’s tax return or through the IRS (https://www.irs.gov/individuals/electronic-filing-pin-request).  MyFreeTaxes, using H&R Block’s software, allows you to import your previous year returns from other tax preparation software.
    • W-2s for each job held in 2017 for each person in the household, this form reports your name, wages, and other tax information to the IRS.
    • 1099s showing other income (unemployment, social security, school loans, health care reimbursement, state tax refund, gambling winnings, contract work) that is reported to the IRS.
    • 1098s showing payments you’ve made (school loans, property tax).
    • Income/interest statements received for any savings account/investments.
    • Bank account numbers: a voided check or your bank or credit union's routing number and savings or checking account number for your refund to be deposited automatically into your account through direct deposit.
    • Last year's tax return (if you have it). 

    Since 2009, MyFreeTaxes has helped millions of taxpayers claim their eligible tax credits.  It saves every consumer an average of $200 on tax filing fees, and ensures they get their maximum refund.  The IRS is promoting this partnership.  

    For those wishing to file in person at a Voluntary Income Tax Assistance (VITA) site, you may search for sites near you at https://www.irs.gov.  

    Support Native Asset Building in Oklahoma

    As part of our efforts to sustain and grow the coalition, ONAC welcomes donations, sponsorships, and memberships.  For more information, please go to the donate page at www.oknativeassets.org or call Christy Finsel, ONAC Executive Director, at 405-401-7873. 

    ONAC is on Facebook 

    Please “like” us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/oknativeassets/.

    Thank you for your asset building efforts and support of ONAC!

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