The Cherokee Nation is providing $150 in clothing assistance for every qualifying Cherokee student regardless of residency or income, with applications beginning July 20.
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The tribe will host drive-thru application assistance events to help people apply for the tribe’s $2,000 COVID-19 assistance payment.
Community Cares Partners hopes to deliver $200 million in rental assistance to Oklahomans by the end of the year.
The relief package will benefit tribal government pandemic initiatives.
The newest round of COVID relief funds should be hitting bank accounts. LIHEAP numbers show how many Cherokee Nation citizens were assisted this winter.
In-person and virtual one-on-one appointments are available.
Construction and move-in in the Hulbert homes were delayed by bad weather and the pandemic.
The tribe spent $411 million in COVID relief funds provided through the CARES Act.
The tribe received $411 million from the U.S. Department of Treasury for coronavirus relief assistance.