Native American organizations' web sites
Relief, motivation, and resources for Native Americans. Programs, tribal directory, activism, indigenous literature. Fundraiser support and donations welcome.
Provides technical assistance and training to tribes and villages submitting grants to the U.S. Administration.
Umbrella association for many Aboriginal Friendship Centres throughout British Columbia. Mandate is to aid Urban Aboriginals by offering a wide variety of programs.
Organization governing Indian casinos in California.
Provides leadership, support and advocacy for Aboriginal people living with and affected by HIV or AIDS.
Policy, research, grantmaking, and lending institution. Working to help mobilize the capacity of Native Americans for controlling their own economic assets.
Founded in 1995, First People's Fund is committed to supporting the creative work of American Indian artists.
Non-profit organization dedicated to strengthening the cultural knowledge and identity of Eastern First Nations People and to preserving their traditional homeland and Sacred Places.
A not-for-profit organization established to support the ethical promotion and protection of authentic Native American art and culture.
A provincial, not-for-profit charitable educational entity for promoting awareness and understanding of First Nations culture within Manitoba.
Based in Boston, Massachusetts. Educational and social services. Comprehensive list of northeastern tribes and organizations. Newsletter and links.
Working to improve Aboriginal health from an Aboriginal worldview arising from community-based interests.
The National Congress of Indians provides national leadership on issues facing tribal communities throughout the United States. Services include legislative alerts and lobbying.
The National Indian Child Welfare Association provides publications, training and information concerning the Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978.
The National Indian Education Association (NIEA) is the largest and oldest Indian education organization in the nation and advocates for Indian control of Indian education.
The National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) is a nonprofit organization of 168 Indian Nations engaged in tribal gaming enterprises.
The National Indian Health Board (NIHB)is a nonprofit organization representing tribal governments that advocates for improvements in health care for Indian communities.
Information and resources on the prevention and intervention of addictions, alcohol, drug and solvent abuse, for First Nations and Inuit Communities.
A nonprofit educational organization that preserves and promotes Native American culture, art and crafts through printed material and special events.
Providing legal representation to Native American tribes and villages, organizations and individuals to help untangle the maze of laws impacting their lives.
Nonprofit organization established to explore the history and culture of the indigenous people of Maine.
Helps Indians meet their immediate survival needs while implementing and supporting programs that create opportunities for self-sufficiency and self-esteem, particularly for tribal youth.
A Native American non-profit organization working to preserve traditional cultures, empowering the application of traditional beliefs and practices on ancestral lands.
A non-profit, non-political, educational organization to promote the culture of Native Americans. They are also the host of the Knoxville, TN powwow.
Non-profit organization dedicated to creating cultural revitalization and sustainable community development on the Tohono O'odham Nation.
Non-profit organization promoting awareness of the forced removal of 1838-1839. History, photographs, and trail maps.
National network promoting personal development, citizenship and leadership; headquartered in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA. Program and event information, staff roster, links.
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