Standing Rock Resource Bank for Philanthropy
For those who are interested in helping or getting involved through philanthropy with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe (SRST) and their fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL), NAP and the SRST have put together a Resource Bank compiled of information for you to utilize when looking for funding opportunities. Please enter the information below to view the download link.
Native Americans in Philanthropy has initiated implementing a two-phase research agenda to develop a framework that focuses on understanding and influencing the optimal development of Native youth. In Phase One, a core group of researchers discussed and developed a working document that will be further developed in Phase Two. In Phase Two, we will be broadening our indigenous scholar circle, gather additional academic and community insight, and produce a clear and concise framework reflective of the diversity of native youth, families, and communities. Philanthropy in partnership with Native American leaders must bring new light and bear the weight of action to achieve the optimal development of Native youth and future generations.
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Native Voices Rising is a joint research and re-granting project of Native Americans in Philanthropy and Common Counsel Foundation intended to focus philanthropic attention on the need for increased investment in and sustained support for grassroots community organizing and advocacy in American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian communities. [eyesonly level=”administrator, editor, author, contributor, subscriber, member” logged=”in”]Deeper and longer-term investments in community organizing and leadership development efforts will promote self-determination and the ability to develop and seek our own vision of change. For more, read the Executive Summary or full report. More information regarding the report, grantmaking and purchasing the report can be found here.
This collaborative report is designed to provide an overview of an important part of Minnesota’s nonprofit sector, and to identify trends and challenges facing these organizations and the people they serve. Through interviews and community outreach, 89 nonprofit organizations and programs were identified serving the Native American community in Minnesota.
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- 2015 Native Philanthropy Institute Program
- 2012 Native Philanthropy Institute Program
- 2010 Native Philanthropy Institute Program
- Large Foundations’ Grantmaking to Native America
- Forty Years of LGBTQ Philanthropy
- Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Grantmaking
- A Demographic Profile of Independently Incorporated Native American Foundations and Selected Funds in the United States
- The American Indian and Alaska Native Population: 2010
- Insecure & Unequal: Poverty and Income Among Women and Families 2000-2012
- D5: Analysis of Policies, Practices, and Programs for Advancing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
- 2009 Charitable and Sovereign 7871 Report
- 2007 Intergrated Asset Building Strat CH.4