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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.

188 published organizations for #GiveNative 2023 and Native Nonprofit Day 2024, with more to come! Have questions about the Focus Area, Location, and other filters? Visit the FAQ.

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Oaye Luta Okolakiciye

Oaye Luta Okolakiciye (Moving Forward in a Sacred Way) is a cultural community-based approach to substance and alcohol abuse addiction and behavioral health management program.

Donate by Mail: 937 E North St Suite 401, Rapid City SD 57701

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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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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

Partnership With Native Americans (PWNA) champions hope for a brighter future for those living in remote and impoverished reservation communities. PWNA is a high-impact nonprofit delivering aid from two angles: immediate relief and long-term solutions. PWNA supports the self-determined goals of the tribes such as food and water security, health care, education, disaster relief, emergency preparedness, and more. We directly involve Tribal community partners and volunteers in the delivery of our services throughout the Southwest and Northern Plains. A Native CEO and an all-Native Board lead PWNA. Founded in 1990, our organization has BBB accreditation and a Top-Rated Nonprofit rating for more than a decade. Join us to make an impact!

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Pathfinder Center a program of Wiconi Wawokiya, Inc.

Pathfinder Center is a long-term shelter for victims of sex trafficking. Woman and their children can stay up to 24 months. Pathfinder is culturally sensitive to the needs of Native women.

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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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