Na’ah Illahee Fund serves as a bridge builder, facilitator and resource partner as we work to catalyze a movement toward positive futures. Our scope of impact includes urban, rural, island, and reservation-based Indigenous communities from the Arctic to the Rockies in what is now known as Alaska, British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Wyoming.
Our mission is to strengthen the cultural and economic resilience of Dinétah through self-reliance initiatives in the built environment. We envision integrating Navajo teachings and building practices and fostering interpersonal connections between the place and the place makers. These sets of ideas are fundamental to our approach to community development and design.
The National Council of Urban Indian Health is the national non-profit 501(c)3 organization devoted to the support and development of quality, accessible, and culturally-competent health and public health services for American Indians and Alaska Natives (AI/ANs) living in urban settings.
NCUIH is the only national organization that advocates for the health of urban AI/AN, and we provide critically needed technical assistance, training, policy support, and other services to urban AI/AN across the U.S. For more than 25 years, NCUIH advocated for health equity among the urban AI/AN population. NCUIH envisions a nation where comprehensive personal and public health services are accessible to all AI/AN living in urban centers throughout the U.S.
NICWA works to support the safety, health, and spiritual strength of American Indian and Alaska Native children along the broad continuum of their lives. We support tribes in building the capacity to prevent child abuse and neglect through positive systems change at the state, federal, and tribal levels. We are the most comprehensive source of information on American Indian and Alaska Native child welfare.
Established by the Tribes to advocate as the united voice of federally recognized American Indian and Alaska Native Tribes, NIHB seeks to reinforce Tribal sovereignty, strengthen Tribal health systems, secure resources, and build capacity to achieve the highest level of health and well-being for our People.
The National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition (NABS) is the first and only national organization whose purpose is to advocate on behalf of Native peoples impacted by U.S. Indian boarding school policies. We seek truth through education and research, justice through activism and policy advocacy, and healing through programs and traditional gatherings.
Since 1970, the National Native American Law Students Association (“NNALSA”) has championed Native American law students and the development of Federal Indian Law, Tribal Law, and traditional forms of governance in law schools across the country. Our organization is led by a board of Native American law students from across the country and our membership consists of local chapters, individual Native law students, Native attorneys, and allies.
This year, NNALSA is launching its “Road to 55” Campaign, which looks to lead the organization into its next 55 years. All donations will go directly to supporting our annual and mid-year conferences, national moot court and writing competitions, and annual scholarships for service to Tribal communities. Thank you!