Storyteller Alumna Profile: Angelica Baalam

In our Storyteller profile series, we highlight the dreams, journeys and achievements of Doyon Foundation students, alumni and supporters. In this episode of Storyteller, we speak with Doyon...

Storyteller language Profile: Loretta Lolnitz

In this Storyteller language profile, our language revitalization program director, Allan Hayton, speaks with Loretta Lolnitz, an apprentice in our new Mentor Apprentice Program who is learning...

January 2023 Native Word of the Month

Learning a language can bring up long-forgotten memories. Loretta Lolnitz, an apprentice in our Mentor Apprentice Program, is learning Denaakk’e with her mentor and mother, Ethel Esmailka. In our...

Apply Now for Summer 2023 Scholarships

Thinking about summer school? We’ve got scholarships for that! Eligible students may now apply for Doyon Foundation part-time and full-time awards for the summer 2023 semester. Applications are due...

Storyteller Alumni Update: Jacob Deater

The Doyon Foundation journey doesn’t end with graduation! We are so proud of our alumni, the amazing places they have gone on to, the achievements they are making, and the positive differences they...

Nee’aanèegn’ (Upper Tanana) Course Available in Doyon Languages Online

Doyon Foundation is pleased to announce that a language-learning course in Nee'aanèegn' (Upper Tanana) is now available in Doyon Languages Online. With the release of Nee'aanèegn', all courses...

Storyteller Alumni Update: Allan Hayton

The Doyon Foundation journey doesn’t end with graduation! We are so proud of our alumni, the amazing places they have gone on to, the achievements they are making, and the positive differences they...

Storyteller Language Profile: Anna Clock

In this Storyteller language profile, our language revitalization program director, Allan Hayton, speaks with Doyon Foundation alumna, Lingit language teacher and Denaakk’e language learner, Anna...

December 2022 Native Word of the Month

Anna Clock, featured in our Storyteller language profile, shares her favorite Denaakk’e word for our December 2022 Native Word of the Month. https://youtu.be/yDyYf2GOBdc Edeghoyeneeghaalʉhdeneek =...

Celebrating Christmas, Celebrating Our Languages

Christmas is nearly here and all of us at Doyon Foundation are full of holiday cheer! To help celebrate the holidays – and our Native languages – we are pleased to share “Merry Christmas” in the...

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Doyon Foundation is the private foundation for Doyon, Limited. Our work is focused in two main areas: scholarships and language, with the overall goal of improving the identity and quality of life for Doyon shareholders. Get to know more about us.

Our Scholarships

Our scholarship program helps our students develop the knowledge and skills they need to “be the change they wish to see in the world.” Make sure you are eligible for a Foundation scholarship before you create an account and apply. Learn more about scholarships and eligibility or apply here.

Language Revitalization

We are working to ensure the endangered languages of the Doyon region survive and thrive for future generations. Interested language learners can access online lessons for free through Doyon Languages Online. Start learning.

Our Donors

Thank you to our generous donors. Click here to view the complete list of individual and corporate donors.