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Corporate Citizenship
With more than 8,500 employees, the Cherokee Nation and its businesses are making an economic impact of more than $1.3 billion annually. Cherokee Nation Businesses (CNB) is committed to making a significant contribution to health and quality of life for Cherokee citizens, the preservation of Cherokee culture, and the greater good of the local economy. CNB's programs and accomplishments include:
• Creating more than 6,500 new jobs in the last 10 years and managing an annual payroll of more than $240 million

• Operating the second-largest tribal health system in the United States, including a 58-bed hospital; eight outpatient facilities with medical, dental and vision care; and multiple other health care programs

• Supporting Head Start, early childhood classrooms, Sequoyah Schools for grades 7-12 and Cherokee language revitalization programs

• Providing more than 2,600 higher education scholarships in the past decade

• Providing more than $2 million annually to Oklahoma schools from car tag sales

• Feeding more than 90,000 individuals, including more than 40,000 meals delivered to elderly citizens, every year

• Building roads, bridges and waterlines benefiting all Oklahomans​