Past Events

The Achieving 30×30 for Our Coasts, Oceans, and Communities

NAP's own CEO, Erik Stegman, participated in The Achieving 30x30 for Our Coasts, Oceans, and Communities conference where he interviewed Chairman Forsman of the Suquamish Tribe.  The recording is available via the Coastal Quest website here: https://www.coastal-quest.org/conferences/30x30conference/

Indian 101

Important Note: Due to the high demand for this webinar series, staff of foundations, funders, and other grantmakers will be prioritized for attendance. Native Americans in Philanthropy (NAP) is pleased to host Americans for Indian Opportunity's transformative cultural competency/cultural humility training, Indian 101, for NAP's members and guests. This webinar series is focused on engaging […]

Engaging Indigenous Leadership in Climate and Disaster Resilience: Part 1

This webinar series is only open to The Funders Network Members only Session 1: Tuesday, November 16th (12-1:30pm PST / 1-2:30 MST) Session 2:  Thursday, December 9th (9:30-11:00 PST / 10:30-12pm MST) Increasing impacts from climate change are testing the resiliency of Native peoples and cultures throughout the West. This is exacerbated by more than […]

Indian 101

Important Note: Due to the high demand for this webinar series, staff of foundations, funders, and other grantmakers will be prioritized for attendance. Native Americans in Philanthropy (NAP) is pleased to host Americans for Indian Opportunity's transformative cultural competency/cultural humility training, Indian 101, for NAP's members and guests. This webinar series is focused on engaging […]

Indian 101

Important Note: Due to the high demand for this webinar series, staff of foundations, funders, and other grantmakers will be prioritized for attendance. Native Americans in Philanthropy (NAP) is pleased to host Americans for Indian Opportunity's transformative cultural competency/cultural humility training, Indian 101, for NAP's members and guests. This webinar series is focused on engaging […]

Giving Tuesday

GivingTuesday reimagines a world built upon shared humanity and generosity. Our global network collaborates year-round to inspire generosity around the world, with a common mission to build a world where generosity is part of everyday life. Whether it’s making someone smile, helping a neighbor or stranger out, showing up for an issue or people we […]

Indian 101

Important Note: Due to the high demand for this webinar series, staff of foundations, funders, and other grantmakers will be prioritized for attendance. Native Americans in Philanthropy (NAP) is pleased to host Americans for Indian Opportunity's (AIO) transformative cultural competency/cultural humility training, Indian 101, for NAP's members and guests. This webinar series is focused on […]

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Funding Our Movements: Lessons from the Field

Social justice movements are what lead us towards racial, gender, disability, and economic justice. To bring about an equitable and just world, we must build upon the strength of these social movements by supporting organizers doing this movement-building work. In 2020, we saw an unprecedented amount of funding going into BIPOC communities to support the […]

Emergency Fund Distribution in Native Communities During a Pandemic

In times of crisis, when Tribes and Native-led nonprofits are under-resourced, there are efficient ways to deliver funds directly to communities and families in need in a culturally responsible way. Foundations, grantmakers, and other funders are invited to join NAP and ONAC for a panel discussion about the value of intermediary funders and movement infrastructure, […]

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