Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians Economic Development Corporation (ATNI-EDC) has a mission to provide financial and technical assistance in the areas of community and economic development to the 57 ATNI Member Tribes and their tribal members.  ATNI Member Tribes include all of the tribes in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho, as well as some tribes in Northern California, Nevada, Montana, and Alaska.

ATNI-EDC is a wholly owned, separately-financed subsidiary of The Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians (ATNI).  More information on ATNI can be found by visiting http://www.atnitribes.org, or by clicking here.  ATNI-EDC is primarily funded through Federal grants and by the income received from the revolving loan program.

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Happening Now

September 2021 Newsletter

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Infrastructure Survey

There is currently pending consideration of national infrastructure legislation. We are launching a survey aimed at understanding the priorities and readiness of ATNI Member Tribes around infrastructure.  Information gathered will be used to proactively advocate for infrastructure needs in Indian Country and supporting Tribes with technical assistance, connection to resources, and hosting training or webinars.  The survey is 15 questions, and shouldn’t take more than 10 minutes of your time!

Click here to Complete the Survey!

Covid-19 Response

Like many of you, ATNI-EDC is working to stay ahead of the economic repercussions. ATNI-EDC is offering several resources to support small businesses and tribes navigate the confusing economic landscape. Click the link to learn more.

We’ve Moved!

We recently moved in to our new office! Stop on by and say ‘Hi!’

9836 East Burnside
Portland, OR 97216

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In the News

Wells Fargo Foundation to Provide Nearly $13 Million to Nonprofits Serving American Indian and Alaska Native Communities

ATNI-EDC receives $257,900 from Wells Fargo for Capacity Building. See full press release here.