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Public-Private Partnerships: Unlocking the Potential For Tribal Communities

This June marks the one-year anniversary of the passage of the historic Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, which invested substantial federal dollars in Tribal Nations, and it was followed by the Inflation Reduction Act, which passed a couple months later. Through these two laws, the federal government has dedicated funding directly to Tribes, providing nearly $14 billion for various projects, including critical infrastructure like roads and bridges, access to clean drinking water, and …

NAP and NCEL Launch New Partnership

Today, Native Americans in Philanthropy (NAP) and the National Caucus of Environmental Legislators (NCEL) have joined forces in an effort to enhance collaboration between philanthropic funders, Tribal leaders, and state officials.

One of the biggest barriers to stronger partnerships is a lack of knowledge and understanding by state elected officials about Tribes. Tribes hold and maintain vast natural resources and environmental cultural knowledge and they have distinctive political and legal power through …

Trailblazers In Grantmaking: Native Americans in Philanthropy Announces The 2023 Native Youth Grantmakers

Native Americans in Philanthropy (NAP) is thrilled to announce the 2023 Native Youth Grantmakers. These extraordinary and highly accomplished young individuals are the embodiment of passion, excellence, and a deep commitment to making a positive difference in their communities. As we welcome this new cohort, we celebrate their achievements, their futures, and their dedication to advancing Native-led philanthropy.  
What is the Native Youth Grantmakers program? 
At NAP, we strongly believe that Native youth …

New Report Outlines Initial Data on Funding Priorities For Tribal Communities

In a significant stride towards uplifting and amplifying the voices and perspectives of Indigenous communities, Native Americans in Philanthropy (NAP) recently released a preview of the highly anticipated Tribal Nations Listening Session Report.  

The Tribal Nations Listening Session Report represents a groundbreaking initiative led by Native Americans in Philanthropy, a national organization committed to advancing philanthropic practices that support and empower Indigenous communities. Recognizing the need for increased collaboration, NAP initiated …

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