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HOW TO USE THE MAP
Welcome to NAP’s new interactive online Engage MAP directory! This map highlights a collection of grantseekers and funders that support healthy and sustainable Native communities in a wide range of issue areas across Indian Country. The purpose of the Engage MAP is to breakdown barriers between Native-led causes and giving programs to catalyze investment to and with Native-led causes. Grantseekers can search for organizations that may fund their work. Grantmakers can search for viable funding projects. This platform can used as a tool in fund development and portfolio building.
The Engage MAP is organized by organization type and geography. In fall 2016, the Engage MAP will be searchable by issue area, funding priority, and more.
Its EASY as 1-2-3! Click the organization type you’re looking for: grantmaker or grantseeker. Type your zip code and the distance from your location you want included in your search.
The Map currently holds a small cadre of the entire network. We need your input! Click the link below to list your organization on our Engage Map to join NAP’s growing circle. You are the key to building a powerful network of over 3,000 Native nonprofit professionals and giving organizations.
DISCLAIMER: Listings on this map do not serve as an endorsement by Native Americans in Philanthropy. Do your due diligence and research on any organization you find on this map.
GET ON THE MAP
Why get on the Engage MAP? For Native programs, here is an opportunity to raise your profile with giving organizations. For Funders, this a direct way to get connected to community, share your giving opportunities, expand the diversity of your giving portfolio and advance equity in your giving.
List your organization on our Engage MAP to join NAP’s growing network. You are the key to building a powerful work of over 3,000 Native nonprofit professionals and giving organizations.