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Organizations included are Native-led, Native-serving, have U.S. charitable nonprofit status, and are eligible to receive tax-deductible charitable contributions.

119 published organizations for #GiveNative 2023! Have questions about the Focus Area, Location, and other filters? Or want to submit a new organization and reconfirm your existing organization for Native Nonprofit Day 2024? Visit the FAQ.

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In 2016, an 85-acre property was listed for sale in Passadumkeag, Maine. The land – a traditional meeting ground and harvesting place for red ochre by the Wabanaki and their ancestors, the Red Paint People – is the last access point to Olamon Island, the original residential village of the Penobscot Nation and essential to traditional activities such as gathering medicines, fasting, and ceremony.

Nibezun was formed when a small group of tribal members and allies came together to purchase this sacred land, protecting it for the healing of all people and the next seven generations. Today we celebrate culture as medicine, provide an inclusive space for healing, and promote sustainability for all people and future generations.

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Nis’to Incorporated

Services first, volunteer based organization that focuses on leadership development, skill-building and community building with our Native youth and young adults using the Dakota Culture as our foundation.

Donate by Mail: 406 5th Ave East, Sisseton, SD 57262

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Niyake Yuza youth services

We are a safe, supportive and culture based space for Lakota youth to socialize, explore their options and move confidently into a positive future.
We believe that our youth deserve
To be respected
To be loved
To have a safe place to grow & develop
To have a chance to learn Lakhota culture and language
To have a positive support system

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North American Traditional Indigenous Food Systems (NATIFS)

Our mission is to promote Indigenous foodways education and facilitate Indigenous food access.

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Not Our Native Daughters

Not Our Native Daughters is dedicated to ending the trafficking, exploitation, and murder of Indigenous Persons. Through education, policy change, coalition-building, and community empowerment, we work tirelessly to combat endemic violence. Our vision is a world where Indigenous women and girls no longer endure the highest rates of violence. With a commitment to cultural preservation and advocacy, we strive to create lasting change, providing resources, support, and opportunities. We work closely with tribal communities, offer support to families impacted by MMIP (Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons), and conduct trainings to empower individuals and foster a more just and equitable society. Together, we address this critical issue and advocate for Indigenous rights.

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Notah Begay III Foundation

NB3 Foundation is changing the lives of Native American children by supporting and funding Native-driven, culturally centered programs and by providing direct opportunities for Native youth to live healthy, active lives.

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Oceti Sakowin Community Academy

The Oceti Sakowin Community Academy (OSCA) aims to challenge the status quo of the Westernized approach to education by creating opportunities for Indigenous students to experience an enriching learning environment that is inclusive of who they are linguistically and culturally. OSCA is a dual-language learning institution providing instruction in both English and Lakota languages.

The educational philosophy of OSCA is grounded in the understanding and ancestral teachings of the Oceti Sakowin culture. Given educational instruction that is both culturally relevant and responsive, along with the ability to see their experiences represented and honored in the classroom, Indigenous students can self-actualize in ways that mainstream education often inhibits. This approach celebrates the unique experiences and strength of Indigenous learners and lead to improved academic outcomes, holistic wellness, strong cultural identities, and confidence for success in post-high school pathways.

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Oúŋ has thoughtfully offered our community members high quality experiences through centering indigenous people in community events, by organizing community actions, hosting artist workshops, integrating language and culture, creating revenue opportunities for artists, supporting place inspired projects, provided consultation to ally organizations, collaborated with Tribal programs to maximize support for our community members, and we have facilitated dialogue around important community issues. Oúŋ continues to create a sense of place and belonging through increasing indigenous visibility, and activism through revisioning socially interactive art.

Donate by Mail: 1929 N Washington, Suite A, Bismarck, ND 58501

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