Support Indigenous organizations by donating your time and/or money.
A training and organizing network dedicated to building the capacity of Native tribes, traditional societies, and community groups to make transformational change.
A center that works to improve the health, safety, and overall well-being of Native American youth.
An urban Indigenous women-led land trust based in the San Francisco Bay Area that facilitates the return of Indigenous land to Indigenous people.
A national effort to foster cultural, social and policy change by empowering Native Americans to counter discrimination, invisibility and the dominant narratives that limit Native opportunity, access to justice, health and self-determination.
An Indigenous-led organization working on the ground to protect Native land. It also provides resources to Indigenous artists, activists, and communities. #LandBack campaign
An environmental organization that unites some of the communities most affected by the climate crisis to advocate for real solutions to it. They are campaigning for and implementing a nurturing way of working and living in harmony with the planet.
A nonprofit dedicated to wider understanding and appreciation of the ideas and knowledge of Indigenous peoples and the social, economic, and political realities of Indigenous nations.
An organization founded in during the Standing Rock Indigenous uprising in 2016. It focuses on land protection and preservation, and centers and connects young activists.
An organization that helps Indigenous students go to — and stay in — college.
A collective of Land Defenders who have built strategic tiny houses to protect the land against the Trans Mountain Pipeline Project.
A campaign to oppose the Line 3 pipeline, which is a proposed expansion from Alberta, Canada to Superior, Wisconsin.
Kumeyaay activists protesting the destruction of their sacred land with Trump’s border wall.
A group of O’odham activists and their allies protesting to protect their land from Trump’s border wall.
An alliance of Pueblo activists fighting white settler colonial power.
An organization working to reclaim Indigenous lands and protect Lakota communities and culture.
A nonprofit aiming to counter the stereotypical and damaging mainstream narratives about Native people by increasing visibility of actual Native Nations and peoples, and supporting research and storytelling by and about Native/Indigenous peoples.
An Indigenous-led collective working to build community, disrupt colonization, and ultimately achieve liberation for Indigenous communities.
An organization that is committed to the end of nuclear armament, the US drone program, and generally, the military industrial complex. It is especially focused on removing the illegal presence of the US military presence occupying Shoshone territory.
You can also donate to funds for specific tribes or nations and smaller communities within them, as well as funds that support the well-being of Native/Indigenous communities. Some examples:
Donate to Adopt-A-Native-Elder, an organization that serves to help reduce extreme poverty and hardship facing traditional elders living on the Navajo ReservationDonate to Utah Diné Bikéyah, which is an organization that protects the Bears Ears cultural landscape, supports the Navajo, Hopi, Zuni, Ute Mountain Ute, & Uintah Ouray Ute tribes, and is supporting these communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Donate to the Manna-hatta fund, which directly supports the American Indian Community House in New York City.
Donate to Protect Native Elders, which is a fund being distributed to take care of elders in tribes and nations across the country.