Our Sponsors


 

  San Manuel Band of Serrano Mission Indians


The San Manuel Band of Serrano Mission Indians has been pivotal in the growth and success of the NB3 Foundation. As a founding sponsor of the NB3 Foundation and the NB3 Foundation Challenge, their financial and moral support have helped us grow in our capacity to help Native American youth. Today, out of 71,000 sports and recreation organizations in the United States, the NB3 Foundation is the only nonprofit organization in the country that works to prevent type 2 diabetes in Native youth through sports. The San Manuel Tribe, through their investment over the years, has helped to make our important work for the health and future of Native American youth possible.

With a shared commitment toward healthy lifestyles and effective leadership, accomplishments that have been achieved with support of San Manuel’s Investment through the NB3 Challenge for the Foundation and Native Youth include:

  • Overall organizational capacity of the Foundation grew nearly ten-fold from 2008-2010.
  • Our capacity to serve Native youth from 2008-2010 grew by 1100%. Over 3,850 Native youth served by NB3 soccer and golf programs.
  • Construction of a $785,000 soccer field and community park in San Felipe Pueblo, New Mexico.
  • As a founding sponsor of the NB3 Foundation Challenge from 2008-2010, San Manuel helped build the NB3 Challenge to the golf and charity icon it is today.  San Manuel’s and the Oneida Indian Nation’s joint leadership helped the event be recognized by the International Network of Golf (ING) Industry Honors as the best golf tournament in the country serving a charity.
  • The Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health, through two studies, certified the NB3 Soccer Program at San Felipe Pueblo as an evidence-based program that is positively impacting the physical fitness of Native American youth.

Since establishing their reservation and receiving federal recognition in 1891, the San Manuel tribal community has faced challenges and hardships while always seeking to improve the lives of its citizens and fellow Native Americans. Located near the city of Highland, California, San Manuel has governed itself and overseen its community while working hard on a national level to empower Native Americans and people from all walks of life in a variety of ways, including through its philanthropic giving program.

We invite you to visit the San Manuel website to learn about the history, culture and many ways that San Manuel is giving back to support its local, national and even global community.


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ONEIDA INDIAN NATION 

The Oneida Indian Nation has been a founding sponsor of the NB3 Foundation Challenge since 2008. Every year the tribe has hosted the NB3 Challenge at its beautiful Atunyote Golf Course located at the tribe’s Turning Stone Resort. Their commitment to the event as both a way to highlight the challenges of health in Native American youth and a way to give young Native Americans new opportunities has been invaluable to the Foundation raising funds through this annual occasion. 

With a shared commitment toward healthy lifestyles and effective leadership, accomplishments that have been achieved with support of Oneida's Investment through the NB3 Challenge for the Foundation and Native Youth include:

  • Overall organizational capacity of the Foundation grew nearly ten-fold from 2008-2010.
  • Our capacity to serve Native youth from 2008-2010 grew by 1100%. Over 3,850 Native youth served by NB3 soccer and golf programs.
  • Construction of a $785,000 soccer field and community park in San Felipe Pueblo, New Mexico.
  • As a founding sponsor of the NB3 Foundation Challenge from 2008-2010, Oneida helped build the NB3 Challenge to the golf and charity icon it is today. Oneida Indian Nation’s and San Manuel's joint leadership helped the event be recognized by the International Network of Golf (ING) Industry Honors as the best golf tournament in the country serving a charity.
  • The Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health, through two studies, certified the NB3 Soccer Program at San Felipe Pueblo as an evidence-based program that is positively impacting the physical fitness of Native American youth.

A federally recognized Indian nation in Central New York, the Oneida Indian Nation is a founding member of the Six Nations. Today, the Oneida Nation consists of about 1,000 members, with over 5,000 people employed in their various enterprises, from leisure destinations and gas stations to farms and a media company.

We invite you to visit their website.

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