Native Americans in Philanthropy
Native Americans in Philanthropy works to promote equitable and effective philanthropy in Native communities. Native Americans in Philanthropy is a powerful and growing network of Native and non-Native nonprofits, tribal communities, foundations, and community leaders committed to engaging, learning, and sharing resources and best practices grounded in the Native tradition of reciprocity—to create healthy and sustainable communities for all.
With support from the Pisces Foundation and in partnership with Juan Martinez of Fresh Tracks, they are developing a theory of systems change, centering Indigenous knowledge and leadership about our environment to create more equitable opportunities through the transformative power of the outdoors.
Native Americans in Philanthropy recently hosted a COVID-19 Community Conversation about its comprehensive report, Indigenous Community Leadership in Response to COVID-19: A Call to Action for the Philanthropic Sector. In this video from the event, leaders discuss opportunities for the philanthropic sector to best serve and strengthen Indigenous and Native communities.