Impact of your Donation

Language is the main important part of Anishinabe culture. Ojibwe language can disappear in a small amount of years. If we lose the language, there will be no more connection to being Anishinabe.

Why Is This Important?

With nearly 100 Native American students being taught at our PK-12 Ojibwe Language Institute, it is inevitable that our children will continue to need support from trained teachers, quality curriculum, cultural learning activities, and dedicated staff and facilities. Like any good parent and community member, we want to respond with the best educational opportunities the students deserve – supporting them to thrive in school, family, community and their futures.

Oftentimes, Ojibwe language teaching and learning requires trained and committed teachers, engaged staff and quality facilities offering opportunities for growth and expansion to better serve all students. This is why we are developing the Waadookodaading, Inc. End of Year Giving Campaign- a designated campaign to support our students, teachers and future sustainability.

Donor Rights & Tax Information

Donations to US 501(c)(3) nonprofits are typically tax-deductible. Donations made to Waadookodaading Ojibwe Language Institute, a non-profit organization, are eligible for tax credits or deductions. Donations to personal fundraisers are not typically tax deductible.

If you have questions about the deductibility of any donations, please reach out to a tax professional.