Cherokee Nation Businesses Help Create Memorable Christmas

Officials from Cherokee Nation and Cherokee Nation Businesses present a $20,000 check to Cherokee Nation Indian Child Welfare, which manages the Cherokee Nation Angel Project. The annual campaign ensures Cherokee children in need receive clothing and other gifts at Christmas. Left to Right: Cherokee Nation Deputy Principal Chief Bryan Warner; Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr.; Misty Blunt, prevention manager for Cherokee Nation Indian Child Welfare; Amy McCarter, community relations manager for Cherokee Nation Businesses; Chuck Garrett, CEO of Cherokee Nation Businesses.

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. (KFSM) — Cherokee Nation Businesses (CNB) is continuing their annual tradition of making dreams come true for thousands of children in northeast Oklahoma.

CNB has contributed $20,000 to support the Cherokee Nation Angel Project. On top of this contribution, employees from the tribe, its business arm, and entertainment properties personally adopted more than 700 angels.

“This generous donation from CNB ensures hundreds of Cherokee children-in-need will have a Christmas wish fulfilled this holiday season,” said Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. “Across our 14 counties, we are able to show our love and dedication to our youngest citizens. That’s the Cherokee way, to give back to our communities and our families this time of year.”

This makes it the 14th consecutive year CNB and its employees adopt angels.

“As a company, we take great pride in giving back to the Cherokee people and in supporting our friends, neighbors, and communities,” said Chuck Garrett, chief executive officer for CNB. “Our employees are especially dedicated to supporting the Cherokee Nation […]

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