Native Americans in Philanthropy (NAP)’s Native Summits are a structured networking gathering community for foundations, Native nonprofits, and tribal programs. Come and share the work you are doing in Indian Country with us and the community!
Everyone is welcome and encouraged to invite others into this circle of conversation and sharing.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Foundations, Program Officers, Native Nonprofits, Tribal programs, Tribal leaders, Community, Planners, etc.
The following are ideas that have come out of the last two summits held in Bemidji and Minneapolis, MN. If you would like more information or would like to be involved with these projects, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Webinars to be hosted by NAP on IRC 7871 & PL 638 for foundations & Tribal nonprofits.
- How to put our stories into evaluations and data for foundations. Planning Committee includes: John Poupart, Meilssa Rudnick and Aurea Gerard.
- Funder discussion: Looking beyond the two-year funding of pilot programs. We are currently looking for a small team to help with the planning on convenings.
SEE WHO’S ATTENDED SO FAR