CNAMF sold its valuable school property in Tempe Arizona in July 2015. This fourteen acre urban campus was considered sacred land because it was used so effectively for ministry with Native People. Because the land was sacred, the proceeds of the sale are vigorously protected: only the endowed earnings of land sale’s investments and donor-restricted gifts will be used towards grants. We believe that CNAMF must generate philanthropic support for its own internal operations today. Rather than rely on our endowment to sustain ourselves, we are committed to growing more Native American leaders by sharing our abundance in strategic relationships with other charities.