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2016 Philanthropy Institute Recap

The 11th Annual Philanthropy Institute held in San Diego, CA this year focused on Raising Impact with Native Voices. Native Americans in Philanthropy (NAP) aimed to support the pipeline of Native philanthropy leaders and provide philanthropic expertise; create issue-driven partnerships and deepen existing relationships within networks; educate mainstream philanthropy …

Indigenous Women Rise: Women’s March on Washington

Indigenous women will join the national Women’s March on Washington, D.C. on January 21, 2017. Indigenous Women Rise: Women’s March on Washington is a partnership between Advance Native Political Leadership, Native Americans in Philanthropy, Native Voice Network, Native Voices Rising, National Indian Women’s Resource Center, UltraViolet, and Continental Network …

The Rise of Indigenous Women: Women’s March

On Saturday, January 21st, Native Americans in Philanthropy (NAP) joined the national Women’s March on Washington as part of the Indigenous Women Rise (IWR) collective. The collective is comprised of: Advance Native Political Leadership, NAP, Native Voice Network, Native Voices Rising, National Indian Women’s Resource Center, UltraViolet, The Continental Network …

Indigenous Women Rise: In Response to Trump’s Use of “Pocahontas”

Indigenous Women Rise Collective Statement

President Trump recently resurrected his racist ‘nickname’ for Senator Elizabeth Warren, referring to her as “Pocahontas”. Reducing Native and Indigenous women and girls to one word, one name – Pocahontas – is a blatant act of racism. Reducing any group of people to a single …

Northern California #GenIndigenous Regional Convening

By Morning Star Gali, Northern California Regional Weaver, Native Americans in Philanthropy

On Tuesday April 18th, 2017, Native Americans in Philanthropy (NAP) hosted a regional #GenIndigenous event, held at Northern California Grantmakers in San Francisco. It was an honor to coordinate an event that highlighted innovative Native youth organizing. An …

Northwest #GenIndigenous Regional Convening

By Tachini Pete, Northwest Regional Weaver, Native Americans in Philanthropy

On April 28th, 40 people representing regional philanthropic and Native-led nonprofit organizations convened to share innovative approaches in addressing the challenges facing Native youth today. This event was held in downtown Seattle at Seattle Foundation’s new event space. NAP’s convening …

Statement on Charlottesville

Native Americans in Philanthropy condemns the terrorism and hate displayed last weekend in Charlottesville  as we stand in solidarity with those opposing the aggression of white supremacy and white nationalism.

Our sincerest condolences and prayers are with Heather Heyer, her family, and the 19 that were injured during the attack …