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| 85 DENISON PKWY E BOX 325 Corning NY 14830-2726
Seven Generations of Stewards Inc. is headquartered in Corning, NY, and is a 501(c)(3) organization. EIN: 82-3122727. Donations are tax-deductible. The IRS' NTEE classification is Arts, Culture, and Humanities N.E.C. within the Arts, Culture and Humanities category. The IRS ruling year for tax exemption was 2017.
(Source: IRS Business Master File and Form 990)
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Seven Generations of Stewards, Inc. (SGS) is a New York Non-Profit Corporation. Our mission is to both (1) conduct Native American outreach and support for Native American persons and (2) conduct Native American educational programming that is available to all interested persons. Our goal is to spread Native American culture and educate both natives non-natives. SGS strives to empower Native Americans and teach anyone interested. Our goal through the Falling Leaves Festival is to educate young people and students about native culture and history through engaging, interactive programming with Native Americans from across the North American continent.
Seven Generations of Stewards, Inc. (SGS) works directly with Native American individuals and tribes, local organizations, and other sponsors/partners. By leveraging our connections and engaging with people who believe in our mission, SGS can continue to develop and grow our programming. SGS has a diverse board made up of community members, Native Americans, and non-profit specialists dedicated to SGS's mission. As a non-profit run in part by Native Americans, SGS can receive significant tax-free funding and grants.
Seven Generations of Stewards, Inc. (SGS)works closely with Native Americans from many different tribes and has secured funding from local organizations who support our mission.
Seven Generations of Stewards, Inc. (SGS) measures our progress by engaging with people who come to the annual Falling Leaves Festival. By measuring how many people attend, SGS can gauge community awareness and interest. SGS works closely with Native American individuals and tribes in New England area and beyond. As more individuals, tribes, and organizations show support, SGS can know that a significant, measurable difference has been made.
Seven Generations of Stewards, Inc. (SGS) has successfully obtained enough funding to put on the third annual Falling Leaves Festival, which SGS is putting on itself for the first time. SGS has successfully registered for non-profit, tax-exempt status federally and at the state level. Finally, SGS has engaged multiple local organizations and community groups, including a Fortune 500 company, that are working together with SGS to achieve the organization's mission.
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