Lakota Funds
  • P.O. Box 340 Kyle, South Dakota 57752 USA
  • (605) 455-2500
  • M-F 8:30am-4:30pm
Native Nations Rebuilders – Cohort 10 Announced

Native Nations Rebuilders – Cohort 10 Announced

Congratulations to Angela Koenen for being chosen as one of the members of the 10th cohort of the Native Nations Rebuilders program! Rebuilders are emerging and existing Native leaders looking to build leadership skills and nation building knowledge. Angela was one of 21 tribal citizens from 14

Read More
Lakota Funds Receives $1 Million to Support Lending Program

Lakota Funds Receives $1 Million to Support Lending Program

The Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) Fund, a part of the U.S. Treasury Department, announced that Lakota Funds was awarded $1,005,000 as part of their Native American CDFI Assistance (NACA) Program.
The award will fuel Lakota Funds’ lending program, which in turn channels funds in the form

Read More
Lakota Funds Launches Client Survey

Lakota Funds Launches Client Survey

Providing tools to help our clients build assets and create wealth is at the core of Lakota Funds’ mission. We are conducting a brief survey of our clients so that we can identify areas of opportunity to best serve you.
The survey will only take approximately six

Read More
Prefabricated Home Sales Office Now Open in Kyle

Prefabricated Home Sales Office Now Open in Kyle

While thousands of homes are needed to fully meet the housing needs of Pine Ridge Reservation residents, Tess Puckett’s new business, Lakota Cabins, will be in high demand. Lakota Cabins sells custom-built, prefabricated, energy-efficient homes at a reasonable price point.
Puckett hopes her new business will help

Read More
Oglala Lakota Artspace to Break Ground in September

Oglala Lakota Artspace to Break Ground in September

The kind of place everyone dreams of. That is how artist and First Peoples Fund staff member Bryan Parker (White Mountain Apache, Muscogee Creek, Mississippi Choctaw) describes the Oglala Lakota Artspace, a first of its kind space slated to break ground this fall on the Pine Ridge

Read More
Lakota Funds Recognized as Leader in Food Sovereignty

Lakota Funds Recognized as Leader in Food Sovereignty

The Nonprofit Quarterly’s article, “In Indian Country, Native CDFIs Work to Restore Food Sovereignty,” features our agricultural lending program and explains how it not only helps entrepreneurs grow their businesses, but it also addresses immediate needs for food access within our community. It also explains the importance

Read More