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Our aim is to cultivate meaningful connections and collaborations between philanthropic partners and community members, driving impactful change and sustainable progress.

ATNI-EDC and NCFS are the only two non-profit Native CDFI's serving the Indigenous communities of Oregon. Join our community of practice and stay tuned for upcoming events and announcements.

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About Us

Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians Economic Development Corporation (ATNI-EDC) has a mission to provide financial and technical assistance in the areas of community and economic development to the 57 ATNI Member Tribes and their tribal members. ATNI Member Tribes include all of the Tribes in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho, as well as some Tribes in Northern California, Nevada, Montana, and Alaska.


ATNI-EDC is a wholly owned, separately-financed subsidiary of The Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians (ATNI).  More information on ATNI can be found by visiting:

ATNI-EDC is primarily funded through Federal grants and by the income received from the revolving loan program.


NCFS is a Native 501(c)(3) nonprofit Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI). We build equitable economies on the Umatilla Indian Reservation by opening doors to loans, extending credit to thriving businesses, generating good jobs, culturally competent financial coaching and expanding access to new opportunities.

​We build trust, strong community relationships, and self-determination to help Native communities overcome challenges of accessing credit and building assets created by economic systems that have harmed them or ignored their needs. Native CDFIs are engines of opportunity, offering accessible funding for resourceful and resilient communities in Indian Country. They weave partners, funding, and networks together to create lasting prosperity and opportunities shared by all.

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