For Non-Native Relatives

Anyone can play a key role in supporting Indigenous communities, but it’s important to learn about the history of Tribal Sovereignty and the current issues facing Indigenous communities before diving into collaboration.

Offering meaningful, sustainable, and education-based support isn’t something that happens overnight. It’s a purposeful journey that takes time. These resources will help guide your journey.


Resources and tools have been designed by Native experts and educate funders about successful Indigenous-led philanthropic practices.

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Developed in collaboration with other Native partners in the field, NAP reports reflect current realities and outline strategic opportunities.

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NAP toolkits provide shared opportunities to align the philanthropic sector with an Indigenous worldview.

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History Through a Native Lens

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Explore this chronological timeline written by Dr. Karina Walters, containing historically traumatic events, settler colonial policies, and Native resistance movements.

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