#GiveNative on Giving Tuesday
#GiveNative is a community wide movement to spread awareness of giving to Native-led nonprofits and Giving Tuesday is recognized as the largest global generosity movement year-round. By continuing to launch a #GiveNative campaign on Giving Tuesday, Native Ways Federation (NWF) hopes to spread awareness of the importance of Native-led nonprofits on the largest giving day of the year: Tuesday, November 28, 2023.
NWF recognizes that Native-led organizations have the solutions to the issues that Native communities are facing. Native-led nonprofits know Native communities and their strengths and how best to help Native people. The systemic funding inequities Native-led organizations face make it harder to implement Native-led solutions. Investing in Native-led nonprofits is the best way to enhance positive change in Native communities.
Below, NWF has supplied content that we encourage you and your organizations to use to promote the #GiveNative campaign. With content ranging from a campaign toolkit with step-by-step instructions on how to help, a save-the-date promotional graphic, and so much more! Later, as we draw closer to Giving Tuesday, we will also grant download access to all of our #GiveNative social media content—so stay tuned!
And remember, you can join us in this endeavor by creating #GiveNative content to post, tag, and share—and share other organization’s content—so that all Native-led organizations may benefit on Giving Tuesday!
#GiveNative Resources for Giving Tuesday
Please check out the #GiveNative resources below to assist you and your organization in promoting Native-led nonprofits on Giving Tuesday! If you need more assistance, please don’t hesitate in reaching out to us and please note that we will be adding additional content as we draw closer to Giving Tuesday!
Press Release, Save-The-Date graphic, giving days webinar, & toolkit
#GiveNative Save-The-Date Trailer
“The #GiveNative campaign is an opportunity to broadcast the important work happening in the philanthropic field of Indian Country. Native-led organizations are repetitively underrepresented by the mainstream public and this platform supports their voices to be heard on the largest giving day of the year.”
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DISCLAIMER: While we encourage non-Native foundations and non-Native-controlled nonprofits to join us in uplifting Native-led nonprofits throughout the entirety of the #GiveNative campaign, we request that they refrain from fundraising for non-Native organizations using Native Ways Federation materials. We ask that our materials be used to ethically promote funding equity for Native-controlled nonprofits. We do not condone non-Native nonprofits utilizing our campaign posts and graphics to fundraise for their organizations.
We define “Native-led” and “Native-controlled” nonprofits as organizations with at least 51 percent of the board of directors and leadership team identifying as American Indian, Alaska Native, or Native Hawaiian. We also advocate for Native-led organizations whose programs predominantly serve tribes, Native communities, and peoples in tribal and/or off-reservation communities.