Find a Native-led charitable nonprofit to support!

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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Oyate Teca Project

Promoting the wellbeing of children and their families through education, heath, culture and recreational activities and programs

Donate at Www.oyate teca

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Partnership With Native Americans

PWNA champions hope for a brighter future for those living in remote and impoverished reservation communities. We focus on underserved areas with high need and prioritize the self-determined goals and priorities of the tribes. Typically, these relate to food and water security, health care, education, disaster relief and emergency preparedness, and more. PWNA approaches services from two angles: immediate relief and long-term solutions. And we directly involve local partners and volunteers in the delivery of our services. A BBB-accredited charity, BBB is led by a Native CEO and all-Native Board of Directors.

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Pathfinder Center a program of Wiconi Wawokiya, Inc.

Pathfinder Center mission is to help Native victims of sex trafficking find their purpose. Pathfinder Center is a long-term place of refuge (one of a kind in SD) that provides shelter, safety and healing for up to 24 months.

Donate by Mail: Pathfinder Center, PO Box 49, Fort Thompson, SD 57339

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PAZA Tree of Life

Our mission is to support the Indigenous people of Turtle Island in reclaiming ancestral knowledge and bring forth this wisdom to a world in need of reunification.

Our vision is to bring people from all walks of life together in common cause to learn to live in harmony with one another and Mother Earth.

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Peacekeeper Society

Mission Statement:
The Peacekeeper Society’s mission is to provide life-changing opportunities for Indigenous people.

Ensure that all families are healthy, happy, independent, and connected to their cultural traditions.

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Potlatch Fund

Potlatch Fund is a Native-led nonprofit organization that provides grants and leadership development to Tribal Nations in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana. Potlatch Fund works to promote diversity and address inequality by educating foundations about Tribal communities, introducing them to Native nonprofits, and holding funder briefings specific to Indian Country. Since 2005, the Potlatch Fund has granted more than $7 million to Native individuals and nonprofits.

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Pretty Eaglewoman Resource Foundation

Our mission is to advocate for and support the families of Missing Murdered Indigenous Women and Missing and Murdered Indigenous people, by increasing awareness, providing education, fostering collaboration, and finding resources to aid them in their time of need.

Donate by Mail: PO Box 1092, Lame Deer, MT 59043

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Reflections of turtle island

Established in Dec.2021, Reflections of Turtle Island (ROTI, pronounced” Row-Tie”) is a 501(c)(3) dedicated to: – Humanitarian Relief to Native and Indigenous communities – Protecting and maintaining the Native American Burial Ground in Pottstown, PA. – Hosting a semi-monthly educational series – Hosting the annual Powwow on Manatawny Creek.

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