Events for November 22 - May 20

Opportunity Youth Forum (OYF) Digital Learning Series 2021: The Power of Place

Title: The Power of Place: Reframing Environmental Justice with a Racial Justice Lens Click Here to View Full Agenda Date/Time: December, 15th, 2021- 12:00pm - 4:00pm EST (Optional Networking 4:00-5:00pm EST) Overview: The next session in the 2021 Power of Place series will focus on reframing environmental justice and increasing equitable access to the natural environment […]

Everyday Entrepreneur Speaker Series Virtual Event

Join NatlEshipWeek for a series of interviews from 12:00 P.M. to 5:30 P.M. EST. Featuring quick, 15-minute interviews, the goal is to uplift the diverse stories of entrepreneurs across the country. Shayai Lucero, Owner of Earth and Sky Floral Designs will speak at 2:30pm EST. Visit www.natleshipweek.org for more information! Register Here

Free

Resourcing Native-Led Climate Organizing Briefing

Native Peoples have experienced environmental racism and devastation for generations, and are facing some of the worst impacts of the climate crisis. The Equity Fund has long recognized the need to support Native-led climate and economic justice initiatives but realized that we had more to learn about the most effective way to do this work. […]

Tribal Nations Initiative Listening Session – Region 2 (CA, HI, NV)

Online

Native Hawaiian and Tribal Nation Leaders and Professionals Are you looking for more resources to support projects in your community? Join the NAP Tribal Nations Initiative listening sessions to hear Native leaders discuss: • Funding priorities for Tribal Nations, Native Hawaiian, and Alaska Native communities • Resources from the philanthropy sector • How to meaningfully […]

Free

Overlooked Foundation Support of AAPI & Native Communities Sorely Lacking

Recent years have seen increased attention from philanthropic leaders to questions about race, systemic racism, and systemic inequities. This increased attention was heightened by the ways that the COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated existing inequities and the national protests in the wake of the murder of George Floyd by police. Since early 2020, some foundations have made […]

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Native American Communities and the Elections

Across the country, Native Americans face unreasonable burdens and discriminatory laws when simply trying to exercise the right to vote. And the first ever Fair Districting in Indian Country Project is being completed where we have seen gerrymandering alive and well. What are organizations doing to protect the Native Vote, and where is the need […]

Free

Indigenous Philanthropic Professionals Report: Cultivating Culturally Intentional Practices

CHANGE Philanthropy (CHANGE) recently released the second Diversity Among Philanthropy Professionals (DAPP) Report. As a CHANGE partner, Native Americans in Philanthropy is excited to share this Indigenous Philanthropic Professionals report as a supplement to their reporting on Indigenous professionals in philanthropy featured in the 2020 Diversity Among Philanthropic Professionals Report. Date and Time: Thursday, March […]

Free

Tribal Nations Initiative Listening Session – Region 6 (USET Region)

Online

Tribal Nation Leaders and Professionals Are you looking for more resources to support projects in your community? Join the NAP Tribal Nations Initiative listening sessions to hear Native leaders discuss: • Funding priorities for Tribal Nations and Alaska Native communities • Resources from the philanthropy sector • How to meaningfully engage the philanthropy sector • […]

Free

Remembering Our Sisters Forum

We graciously invite you and your organization to the Remembering Our Sisters Forum, a virtual event being held on May 5, 2022, at 3:00 pm EST. The forum will be co-hosted by the Center for Native American Youth and Native Americans in Philanthropy. May 5th is the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered […]

Free

Webinar & Discussion on Native Community Family Resource Centers

Co-presented by: • Casey Family Program • Native Americans in Philanthropy • National Family Support Network How do Family Resource Centers support the strengthening of Native American communities? There are numerous Family Resource Centers (FRCs) across the U.S. that have been developed by both urban and rural Native communities. These FRCs support their communities through […]

Free

Tribal Nations Initiative Listening Session – Region 5

Online

Tribal Nation Leaders and Professionals Are you looking for more resources to support projects in your community? Join the NAP Tribal Nations Initiative listening sessions to hear Native leaders discuss: • Funding priorities for Tribal Nations and Alaska Native communities • Resources from the philanthropy sector • How to meaningfully engage the philanthropy sector • […]

Free

Beyond Land Acknowledgements: Indigenous Leadership and the Environment in Southern California

The SCG Environmental Funders Group meets quarterly to educate prospective and current environmental funders about environmental challenges and opportunities in Southern California, foster collaboration, and share successes and challenges. Please contact Katy Pelissier at [email protected] for more information. Date and Time: Friday, May 20, 2022 | 10:30am - 12pm PT   NAP's Vice President of Tribal Nations Engagement & […]

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