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Grant Management Solutions for First American Nations

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    A central repository for all things grants related
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    Improved transparency, communication, & compliance
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    Getting more funds directly into your programs
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Why AmpliFund?

We're Your Extended Team

As a grant administrator for your Tribal government, you’re likely juggling many priorities. This makes it challenging to focus on grant management or find the time to identify and apply for additional funds—limiting your ability to impact your community as deeply and widely as you desire. This is where we can help.

AmpliFund provides insight into available funding sources and the tools to manage your grant funds from award to closeout–centralizing all things grant related, creating more capacity as you streamline communication and process, and monitoring for compliance.

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Why AmpliFund?

Industry Knowledge & Best Practices

We are more than software. Our goal is to ease your grant management burden by sharing resources and guidance that enable you to efficiently manage grants, ensure compliance, and, ultimately, put more of the available funds directly into programs that benefit your community.
 
Our team stays current on legislation and compliance issues as well as grant management best practices. We continuously add guides, checklists, articles, and other tools to our learning hub. Read our blogs.
 
 
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AmpliFund is Trusted By

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The State of Illinois
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Kansas Department of Corrections
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Ponca Tribe of Nebraska
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Deputy Sheriff Riverside County
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City of Cheyenne
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The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde
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Kalamazoo County Government
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Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians
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City of Everett, WA
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Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa
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Colorado Housing and Finance Authority
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National Congress of American Indians
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KBIC, like other First American Nations, depends on multiple funding sources. AmpliFund software helped manage funds and meet departmental needs. Despite limited capacity, onsite training with the AmpliFund team expedited months of work in hours.

Find and manage funds with our Grant Seeker solution.

With AmpliFund Grant Seeker, you can increase revenue, monitor compliance, and streamline process and communications to ensure you are realizing the full potential of your grants.
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Meet the Team

We are a team driven by your mission. People are what matter to you and our people are here to ensure your programs are efficiently set up to provide for your community. We support you from implementation through the daily management of your grant-funded programs.

“My ultimate goal is to give grants professionals time back.”
Chuck West
Field Sales Representative for Tribal Governments
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A citizen of the Choctaw Nation and sixth generation Oklahoman whose family history dates back to removal, Chuck is passionate about serving his community. His family has always been involved in Indian Country affairs in one way, shape, or form, and he has worked in both public and private sector roles in support of Indian Country. We are grateful that he brings this dedication and knowledge to his role at AmpliFund.