Oregon: Pendleton Woolen Mills has donated $39,000 to establish an endowed scholarship program. This scholarship gives financial help to Native students attending one of the 33 tribal colleges in the U.S.
The American Indian College Fund (AICF) partnered with Pendleton for the endowed scholarship.
Pendleton also manufactures blankets for the American Indian College Fund. Royalties from these sales go to the Pendleton Woolen Mills Tribal College Scholarship Program. This program supports American Indians students at:
The Bishop family is in its sixth generation of managing Pendleton Woolen Mills. Since the mill opened in 1909, their company has woven hundreds of thousands of
purchased by American
Indians. They continue to
weave Pendleton jacquard
fabric for Indian Trade
American Indian College Fund blankets: www.pendleton-usa.com/thumbnail/Home-Blankets/Native-American/AMERICAN-INDIAN-COLLEGE-FUND/1787/pc/1816/c/1823.uts
Backgrounds: Robert Kaufman Fabrics:
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