JUNE 2017 NEWSLETTER
Dear Mitakuyapi (“Relatives” is a traditional greeting in the Lakota language),
#GenIndigenous Regional Funder Convenings Recaps – San Francisco & Seattle
In partnership with My Brother’s Keeper, our #GenIndigenous Regional Convenings provided philanthropy the opportunity to learn more from grassroots nonprofits who have had success in tackling gaps and disparities by building on community assets through traditional knowledge, well-being and resilience, advocacy, workforce development, environment, health, juvenile justice and leadership development. Our first convenings were held in San Francisco and Seattle in April. Read the full recaps and see photos of the events on our blog.
Annual Membership Meeting
Current members of NAP are invited to join us for our annual membership meeting on June 26th at 1pm EST. Join our Board of Directors for highlights and reflections on NAP’s events, programs, and objectives from the past year. We’ll also share updates on current projects and a look into what’s to come for Fiscal Year 2018! Email us at email@example.com for registration.
Indigenizing the Women’s March Platform
Hear from Indigenous Women Rise co-founder Dr. Rosalee Gonzalez as we discuss Indigenizing of the 2017 Women’s March platform. This webinar will highlight the importance of Indigenous visibility, leadership, and self-representation. Join us on July 27th at 1pm EST! Register here.
National Funder Strategy Call: August 2017
NAP invites all funders interested in learning and/or sharing how their foundations are engaging Native American issues to join us for our next National Funder Strategy Call.Our August 8th at 1pm EST call will focus on Native youth organizing featuring guest speaker Geneva Wiki, Del Norte and Adjacent Tribal Lands Program Manager for the Building Healthy Communities Initiative at The California Endowment Geneva will discuss her work in the northwest corner of California and our upcoming Funder tour with The California Endowment. Register here.
SAVE THE DATE: October Northern California Funder Tour with The California Endowment
In the far northwest corner of California, Del Norte County is home to redwood forests, pristine coastline and 4 federally recognized tribes. As one of The California Endowment’s (TCE) 14 Building Healthy communities sites, come visit a place-based initiative just over the half way mark with the goal of creating health equity. What can building youth and people power look like in rural and Tribal contexts? In a community with limited access to resources, grappling with educational inequities across race and socio-economics, there is a story of hope and power building as youth and families come together to build meaningful relationships and create systems change. Through the work of Generation Indigenous (#GenIndigenous), together we can elevate key issues and address the pressing needs of Native youth with culturally comprehensive approaches. Join NAP and TCE this October 5-7th for our #GenIndigenous Funder Tour in Northern California. Watch nativephilanthropy.org for registration details.
Register for CHANGE Philanthropy’s Unity Summit
This year Native Americans in Philanthropy’s (NAP) national conference will be in partnership with the CHANGE Unity Summit. NAP and our CHANGE Philanthropy Partners invite you to join us and help make this our most successful UNITY Summit yet! The 2017 Unity Summit: Investing in Movements for Equity will highlight how philanthropy can align its investments along the themes of Resistance, Protection, and Empowerment. Early Registration is open from now through June 30th. An additional discounted rate for NAP members is available. Register today!
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