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Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women USA

MMIWUSA’s mission is to combat the widespread issue of violence against native people which leads to our people going missing and getting murdered. Through our mission, MMIWUSA aims to serve indigenous families in the United States who are affected by violence and poverty. We also aim to protect those who are vulnerable to it in our communities through preventative measures. We serve those who are affected by the loss of a family member to the issue of missing and murdered indigenous women and people (MMIW/P), and those who are at a broader disadvantage due to things like domestic violence, addiction, trafficking, the foster care system, and other issues that are prevalent in indigenous communities. We serve those who are experiencing the oppressive cycles of abuse and trauma caused by the history of colonial violence. We serve all native people, no matter whether they are on or off of their home reservation lands.

American Indian Library Association

Breaking down public perceptions of who Native Americans are. Elevating conversation around Native American issues. Promoting Native education, literacy, and community.

Quileute Tribe Move to Higher Ground

Our mission is to secure the future of the Quileute tribe by moving the at-risk community to the safe zone where their culture and heritage can continue to thrive for generations to come.

Native American Rights Fund

The Native American Rights Fund (NARF) holds governments accountable. We fight to protect Native American rights, resources, and lifeways through litigation, legal advocacy, and legal expertise.

Team Indigenous Rising

Indigenous Rising Roller Derby is showing other athletes and community members what is possible for Indigenous sports across tribes, borders and nations.

Montana Community Foundation

Since 1988, the Montana Community Foundation has worked tirelessly to create permanent philanthropy and build stronger communities. Our work with donors, charitable organizations, cities and towns plays a critical role in both philanthropic and community development.

Real Rent Duwamish

Real Rent calls on people who live and work in Seattle to make rent payments to the Duwamish Tribe.

Chief Seattle Club

Chief Seattle Club is a Native-led housing and human services agency. We believe that a world without homelessness is possible by leading with Native values. We provide sacred space to nurture, affirm, and strengthen the spirit of urban Native people.

The Jingle Dress Project

Our goal is to take the healing power of the Ojibwe jingle dress to the land, to travel, to dance and capture a series of images to document the spiritual places our ancestors once walked, and to unite and give hope to the world through art, dance and culture to help us heal.

NAYA Family Center

Founded by the community, for the community, NAYA is a family of numerous tribes and voices who are rooted in sustaining tradition and building cultural wealth. We provide culturally-specific programs and services that guide our people in the direction of personal success and balance through cultural empowerment. Our continuum of lifetime services create a wraparound, holistic healthy environment that is Youth Centered, Family Driven, Elder Guided.

Redhawk Native American Arts Council

The Redhawk Native American Arts Council is a not for profit organization founded and maintained by Native American artists and educators serving the tristate area. Since 1994, the Council is dedicated to educating the general public about Native American heritage through song, dance, theater, works of art and other cultural forms of expression. The council represents artists from North, South, Central American, Caribbean and Polynesian Indigenous cultures.

Native American Indian Center of Central Ohio

The Native American Indian Center of Central Ohio (NAICCO) is devoted to preserving and restoring balance in the lives of Native Americans through traditional, cultural, educational, family, community, and wellness driven values and initiatives.

Pine Ridge reservation in South Dakota

Responding to immediate needs, we provide resources that improve the quality of life for members of the Oglala Lakota Nation, and create meaningful opportunities to build understanding for our volunteers.

One Nation Walking Together

One Nation Walking Together “ONWT” strives to make a positive impact in the lives of Native Americans. A people that are underserved and misrepresented. ONWT is an organization about People helping People—not a cause. By loading 53-foot semi-trucks that deliver up to $2 million worth of donated goods to reservations annually, ONWT provides hope and services to Native Americans in Colorado and seven surrounding states.

Wambli Ska Society

The Wambli Ska Society was established through a vision and dream by founder Daron White Eagle, In his dream, White Eagle saw families coming back to culture and traditions. The mission is to keep Native American children off the streets in Rapid City, SD and give them a healthy alternative for positive activity.

Alameda Native History Project

Spark innovation & challenge the status quo through next-gen integrations. Span the air gap between generations to preserve culture and build community. Secure data sovereignty for tribes. Enhance tribes’ abilities to produce accurate maps and data for advocacy & education. Engage, train, empower youth and elders to realize a vision for the future which improves upon today. Honor the Muwekma Ohlone Tribe of the San Francisco Bay Area.

Oyάte Wóokiye

Oyάte Wóokiye (OW) – For the People is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization serving the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation (The "Rez") in South Dakota. Our mission is to strengthen families and connect communities through wellness; yoga, skateboarding, and meditation to empower our Lakota youth.