For Philanthropy

Indigenous Peoples and cultures are rooted in reciprocity. However, we generally remain largely unrecognized and underrepresented in the philanthropic sector.

NAP amplifies Indigenous voices and educates funders about the rich cultural strengths of our communities, past injustices, and the resilience of Native Peoples to pave the path forward. 


Learn about the most meaningful and appropriate ways to engage with Indigenous communities to create inclusive, sustainable, and strengths-based partnerships.

“It is through Indigeneity that we find our way forward.

- Brittany Schulman
Sr. Vice President of Indigenous Leadership and Education

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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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