Native Americans in Philanthropy is excited to announce that Native recording artist and member of the multi-platinum hip hop group, Black Eyed Peas, Taboo (Shoshone) will join us at our 2018 National Philanthropy Institute in June! The National Philanthropy Institute is our key signature event for funders, tribal leaders, and influencers held from June 13 – 15 at the serene, family friendly Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa in New Mexico. This year, we have a powerful theme, The Movement of Movements: The Healing Worldview of Indigenous Peoples. Register today!
Taboo will lead a powerful youth-focused panel focused on Generation Indigenous and present a special musical performance for Institute attendees, Native Youth, and Native Americans in Philanthropy members on Thursday, June 14th, 2018. We will have 50 tickets to giveaway to this special event to for NEW nonprofit organizational memberships and tribal memberships: FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE! As a new member, organizations will be given a limited number of tickets to this evening event for Native youth. To join Native Americans in Philanthropy, visit our website and also consider supporting Native youth by donating to our #GenIndigenous Response Fund. The fund gives grants to Native led non-profit organizations focused on Native American Youth.
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