Native Americans in Philanthropy provides different programming and professional development for Native nonprofits, foundations, and Tribal governments and funding programs. Please click on the program links for more information and to register for any upcoming program events.
A place to have open conversation with community members, nonprofits, tribal funders, and foundations. Summits provide space for networking and listening to what the needs are in the local community with the possibility to create new programming.
AoR is a three-day training program for Native nonprofits to help in their understanding of Foundations through a Native-lens.
CoLA is a 12-month leadership program for Native American mid-level professionals working in the field of philanthropy.
NCCP is a four-part symposium that helps foundations and other funders to better understand the history, culture, traditions, language, and the barriers of Native American communities.
Webinars and convenings for Tribal governments, foundations, and Native nonprofits to better understand IRC 7871 and how it works compared to 501 (c)(3).
Focused on engaging philanthropy with Native youth, this partnership with the White House’s Generation Indigenous Initiative highlights Native-led and Native-focused youth programs and nonprofits doing innovative work.
A collective of organizations and individuals working to advance Indigenous rights and issues such as violence against women, violence against the earth, and health care access for all.