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.

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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Phoenix Indian Center

The Phoenix Indian Center (PIC), has been in the Phoenix metro area for over 77 years. PIC was established in 1947 and is recognized as the first and oldest social service agency in the U.S. dedicated to improving the health and well-being of American Indian people. The mission of the Phoenix Indian Center is to develop a strong American Indian/Indigenous Community through collaborative partnerships, providing quality, culturally-based workforce, language/culture, education, and youth services. The Center remains the primary resource for workforce development which includes job training, education, cultural enrichment, and community engagement for urban American Indians residing in Maricopa County.

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Portland All Nations Canoe Family

Our mission is to preserve Indigenous culture by nurturing families and protecting the water. We do this through cross-generational community building, cultural strengthening, and continuing to deepen our connection to the environment.

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Potlatch Fund

Potlatch Fund is a Native led Native serving organization focused on moving Philanthropic dollars in to Indian Country.

Mission: Celebrating Native communities through the cultural tradition of giving.

Vision: Envisioning the future of our ancestors’ dreams.

Reciprocity. When we give, we all receive.
Generosity. We measure wealth not in possessions but in shared abundance.
Honor. We celebrate all our relations.
Culture. We uplift cultural traditions and Native ways of life.

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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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Red Paint Collective

Advancing wellness, reclamation, and sovereignty through the preservation, education, and revitalization of Traditional Family Circles, Arts, Culture,
Foods and Medicines of Indigenous peoples of the Americas. We host cultural events, youth programs, traditional foods distributions, and traditional parenting and breastfeeding education.

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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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Return to the Heart Foundation

The Return to the Heart Foundation (R2HF) empowers and resources Indigenous Womxn bringing holistic healing to their communities and beyond. Through this work, R2HF cultivates a world where Indigenous Womxn and Girls are valued, protected, and supported – and where Mother Earth thrives for future generations. 

Our focus areas: Climate Justice, Narrative Change, Economic and Restorative Development and Civic Engagement. Come learn more about us at:

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Rosebud Economic Development Corporation

The Rosebud Economic Development Corporation (REDCO) is revitalizing the economy of the Sicangu Lakota Oyate. As the economic development arm of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, we create Lakota-aligned enterprises and develop the leadership and workforce to run them.

Examples include the Wolakota Buffalo Range — a bison restoration project which is now home to the largest Native-managed herd in the world — and Keya Wakpala Woicageyapi — a 600-acre mixed use development that reimagines how our community lives, works, and plays.

Through efforts like this, we provide workforce pathways and human development opportunities. Over the past six years, REDCO’s ecosystem has created 60 jobs, offering employment that strengthens families by providing economic stability and self-sufficiency. We run training programs aimed at young people and emerging professionals, and also offer a paid language and cultural learning program.

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