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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Wishtoyo Chumash Foundation

Wishtoyo’s mission is to protect and preserve the culture, history, and life-ways of Chumash and Indigenous peoples, and the environment everyone depends on. Wishtoyo, the Chumash word for rainbow, serves as a “rainbow bridge” linking Chumash culture, wisdom, and values to present day protection of natural cultural resources.
Our work is guided by the wisdom of our Indigenous ancestors before us. Wishtoyo Chumash Foundation addresses pressing environmental issues by preserving and utilizing traditional Chumash knowledge and ways of life, protecting natural and cultural resources, and inspiring communities to have a greater awareness of our responsibility for, and relationship with, the land, air, and water. Wishtoyo achieves its mission through four programmatic components: protecting the environment, educating future stewards, preserving Chumash culture, and the mobilization of First Nations Peoples.

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Xa Kako Dile:

Xa Kako Dile: is an Indigenous, women-led organization co-created in connection with ancestral Pomo lands to center traditional ecological knowledge, heal the land, and build community resilience through culture, food, medicine and education. By renewing the sacred connection between the people and the earth, as guided by Indigenous leaders local to the area, we look to uplift and empower Indigenous communities.

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Yakama Higher Education Endowment Fund

The Yakama Nation Higher Education Endowment Fund’s goals are to build a secure future for the people of the Yakama Nation by providing higher education scholarships.

Donate by Mail: Yakama Nation Higher Education Program; Attention: Endowment Fund; PO Box 151, Toppenish, WA 98948

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Yuchi Language Project

The Yuchi Language Project’s vision is to restore the vitality of the Yuchi language and create a sustainable language community where the fullness of the Yuchi worldview can thrive for future generations. As a result of our work over the last 26 years for the first time in 100 years, Yuchi children are once again speaking Yuchi as their first language!

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Zuni Youth Enrichment Project

Zuni Youth Enrichment Project promotes the resilience of Zuni youth so they grow into strong healthy adults connected to Zuni culture. We pursue our mission by providing enriching programs, nurturing spaces, and positive role models.

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