We are excited to kickoff the 2nd Annual #GiveNative campaign for Giving Tuesday! Through this recording, you’ll learn about #GiveNative, all of the resources we have created, and how your organization can participate any way you are able.
#GiveNative is a community wide movement to spread awareness of giving to Native-led nonprofits and Giving Tuesday is recognized as the largest global generosity movement. By continuing to launch a #GiveNative campaign on Giving Tuesday, Native Ways Federation hopes to spread awareness of the importance of Native-led nonprofits on the largest giving day of the year: Tuesday, November 28, 2023. Learn more at GiveNative.org
Find Campaign Resources at
Tips from the 1st Annual GiveNative 2022
Tips from Native Nonprofit Day 2023 to adapt to #GiveNative
Customizing #GiveNative Resources with Canva
Native Nonprofit Challenges Slides – Fast Fact Sources
- “Asterick Nation” & Data Dis-aggregation
- Systemic Erasure, Myths and Misconceptions
- Cycle of Burdens
- 2020 Census
- Large Foundation Giving
- Community Foundation Giving
- Foundation Leaders Say
What recommendations do you have for Online Donation Processing? There are a ton of options. They will vary in features and ease of use for your organization and your donors. Processing and merchant fees will also vary. Native Ways Federation does not endorse any specific service provided below.
- Better Giving Studio’s Better Giving Tools provides a few options.
- Neon and MightyCause are paid services that include features for fundraising, communications, events, volunteers, and more.
- State-based giving networks, such as GiveMN and ArizonaGives, may include an online giving component.
- Participants on the call also shared they use PayPal Donate, Snowball Fundraising, Network for Good, and FreeWill (for planned giving tools).