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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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Chicago American Indian Community Collaborative

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Children of the Setting Sun Productions

Children of the Setting Sun empowers Indigenous communities and future generations through storytelling and leadership development by bridging Tribal, environmental, healthcare, and educational sectors and fostering gratitude, respect and responsibility for unity and transformation.

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Chugach Regional Resources Commission

Since 1984, the Chugach Regional Resources Commission’s mission is to promote Tribal sovereignty and the protection of our subsistence lifestyle through the development and implementation of Tribal natural resource management programs to assure the conservation, sound economic development, and stewardship of the natural resources in the traditional use areas of the Chugach region of Alaska.

We are the leading inter-Tribal fish and wildlife commission. The CRRC is founded as a community-based, Alaska Native, natural resource management organization. Community resiliency and self-determination are central threads interwoven throughout all our activities.

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College Horizons, Inc.

College Horizons prepares, celebrates, and empowers Native American, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian youth to pursue higher education by providing culturally sustaining college advising programs that contributes to community Nation Building. CH addresses the college attainment gap of Native students and position our work through an asset based approach. We want students to attend college as their full selves – bringing their culture, language, ancestors and indigenous ways of knowing with them because these are gifts, blessings and educational assets. As a college access organization our student impact includes: 99% graduate from high school, 95% matriculate to a 4-year degree college with 5% to community college or Tribal College, and 85% graduate from college between 4-6years!

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Comanche Language and Cultural Preservation Committee

Our purpose is to change the direction of the Comanche language. That change is to restore the NɄMɄ TEKWAPɄ as a living language once more and to take our language of heritage into the future. To that end, we host zoom langage classes, in-person classes, and create resources for our community to learn about both language and culture.

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Cook Native American Ministries Foundation

Through our granting program, CNAMF activates partnerships with grassroots Native community organizations and churches to work toward youth empowerment, building healthy communities, and maintaining spiritual foundations.

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Denver Indian Center, Inc.

To empower our American Indian youth, elders, families and community by promoting self-determination and economic, mental and physical health through education, advocacy and cultural enrichment.

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Denver Indian Family Resource Center

The vision of the Denver Indian Family Resource Center (DIFRC) is generations of health and strong American Indian/Alaska Native children and families. DIFRC’s mission is to strengthen vulnerable American Indian/Alaska Native children and families through collaborative and culturally responsive services. We work closely with metro Denver’s county child welfare departments and two ICWA courts to support reunification and preservation of Native families.

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