Lakota Funds
  • P.O. Box 340 Kyle, South Dakota 57752 USA
  • (605) 455-2500
  • M-F 8:30am-4:30pm
Financial Institutions Partner to Increase Financial Capability and Assets

Financial Institutions Partner to Increase Financial Capability and Assets

Lakota Funds and the Lakota Federal Credit Union announced the second year of the Increased Customer Access Partnership Program, which is designed to promote cross marketing between the two organizations in order to expand access to programs and services that support increased financial capability and asset building for individuals and […]

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Homeownership: A Path to Freedom and Stability

Homeownership: A Path to Freedom and Stability

After nearly a five year journey, January Mathis, a member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, will soon be moving into a home she can call her own. January’s home is currently one of seven under construction in Thunder Valley Community Development Corporation’s regenerative community just outside of Porcupine, South Dakota, […]

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Derek Weston Receives All Star Honor for Business Success

Derek Weston Receives All Star Honor for Business Success

Derek Weston, owner of Six Stars Pest Control Services, has been recognized by Lakota Funds as an “All Star” for his participation in multiple programs designed to build assets for Lakota individuals and families.  The All Star program was designed by Lakota Funds to encourage their clients to participate in […]

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Rosalie’s Quilting Expands, Persistence Pays Off

Rosalie’s Quilting Expands, Persistence Pays Off

Rosalie’s Quilting, located 15 miles east of Wanblee on Highway 44 on Corn Creek, has expanded their operations from a home-based business into a newly constructed shop. The shop, built by Mendoza Construction and financed by Lakota Funds, will house all of the business’s equipment and will feature a new […]

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Darrell Hunter Receives All Star Honor for Building Business

Darrell Hunter Receives All Star Honor for Building Business

Over twenty years ago Darrell Hunter was one of three students in the first-ever woodshop class at Little Wound High School in Kyle, South Dakota, on the Pine Ridge Reservation. His teacher, who Darrell indicates was also a supportive mentor, created the class so he could develop his talents and […]

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Expanded Opportunity for Native American Entrepreneurs

Expanded Opportunity for Native American Entrepreneurs

Lakota Funds has expanded their service area to increase opportunities for more Native American entrepreneurs to access capital that will support business ventures located within a 50-mile radius of the exterior boundaries of the Pine Ridge Reservation. Previously, their service area covered a 25-mile radius beyond the boundaries of the […]

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