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Cultivate financially savvy youth
                  ∼Just Don’t Blow It

The Piikani Money Campaign encourages Financially Savvy Youth.  
Many families that will be receiving payments will have children. The workgroup believes that this campaign provides opportunities to begin engaging youth in thinking about responsible money management. The workgroup will be contacting several key partners to develop messaging, resources and activities for youth to increase their awareness of opportunities and sound money management practices.

There are several organizations that provide workshops, webinars and classes to assist our Native youth in getting a handle on their financial future.

NACDC Financial Services at , call (406) 338-2992 or email Patty Gobert at .

EverFi at , call  406-204-1148 or email to: Mick Karls, Regional Manager at

Reach Higher at , call (406) 952-4340 or email Allen Heisler at .

Land Buy-Back Assessment Survey information

The Piikani Money Campaign surveys were completed at three junctures of the campaign, the first survey was before the Blackfeet Land Buy-Back offers were sent, the second, the Follow-up (mid) survey was conducted after the offers we accepted and delivered to recipients and the final report was completed approximately six months after the Buy-Back payments were dispursed and recipients could accurately tell us how they spent thier monies and if the financial literacy information was utilized.

Below you will find all three surveys, measuring the effectiveness of the Piikani Money, financial literacy, campaign.

Pre-Assessment Report
Follow-up Assessment Report
Final Assessment Report
The On Reservation vs Off Reservation Report shows the impact of the campaign by comparing people in the target campaign area compared to people off reservation who were less influenced by the campaign, or not influenced at all by the campaign. Very informative on the impacts of the campaign.
On/Off Reservation Report

*Many thanks to all who took our surveys, you were instrumental in helping us to better serve our community.