Piikani Money Media and Survey

Piikani Money Resource Brochure

The PMC Resource Brochure was developedas a quick reference tool for many of the Financial Literacy programs in our community, from Financial Literacy and Credit Building to homeownwership and business building or imporving and much more! 
Piikani Money
Resource Brochure
The Piikani Money Campaign has been a financial literacy success!  And we have developed a ToolKit for other tribes anticipating any large, cash injection into their communuity.  Through our efforts, we were picked up by Montana Public Radio and Indianz.com for feature articles.  Click on the buttons below for full aricles, the MPR is both an audio file and written article. 
Enjoy and share!
National Public Radio- Piikani Money Article/Story
Indianz.com Piikani Moeny Article
NCAI’s Partnership for Tribal Governance hosted this informative webinar, which was presented by the Blackfeet Nation and the Center for Indian Country Development (Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis). The webinar shared a detailed overview of Blackfeet’s groundbreaking Piikani Money Campaign, which Native American Community Development Corporation Financial Services (founded by Elouise Cobell) recently
Piikani Money Radio Show
February 1, 2017- SBA

Piikani Money Radio Show
January20, 2017 

Piikani Money Radio Show
Water Compact information

*Vote is Thursday, April 20th

Piikani Money Radio Show
February1- CDFI
Mutual Fund Basics
This short video explains the basics of Mutual Funds as well as what each kind of funds there are and the "risk" factors associated with them, from long term, low risk to a more immediate investment and return.  

Piikani Money Radio Show, December 16, 2016

Piikani Money Radio Show, December 9, 2016

Piikani Money Radio Show, December 2, 2016

Piikani Money Radio Show
November 18, 2016

Piikani Money Radio Show
November 4, 2016

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.