Donate Through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC)


Combined Federal Campaign Number: 84221

The National Indian Health Board (NIHB) is an eligible recipient through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). The CFC allows federal employees to make charitable contributions through payroll deduction to designated non-profit organizations.

NIHB is the premier, national, health advocacy organization focused solely on issues confronting federally recognized American Indian and Alaska Native Tribes. NIHB seeks to create a unified voice for the 573 Tribes to advocate at the federal and state levels for effective Tribal health and public health systems, equitable access to resources, and to ensure that the federal government upholds its responsibility to provide for the health of American Indian and Alaska Native people.

Show some love for NIHB, for health, and for our nation's first peoples. Please consult with your payroll administrator to find out how to participate in the CFC, and how to designate the National Indian Health Board as your CFC recipient (CFC number of 84221).

Start helping now to build a healthier future for American Indians and Alaska Native peoples. All contributions to NIHB directly help to support advocacy and capacity building efforts for Tribes, and may be tax deductible.