First Nations is now accepting grant proposals for our Advancing Positive Paths for Native American Boys and Young Men program. Applications are due August 28, 2014.
Register Now for the 19th Annual L.E.A.D. Institute Conference
Please Join Us September 25-26, 2014 at the Tulalip Resort Casino in Tulalip, Washington
First Nations Knowledge
Join us for a series of educational webinars that seeks to educate Native Americans who are involved in food-systems work and agriculture, plus those who lead or work for Native nonprofit organizations.
See Our TV Spots
Thanks to Comcast, our TV spots are airing on Xfinity cable from May through July in select markets. You can see them here, too.
New Indian Giver Newsletter
The latest issue of Indian Giver newsletter is now out! Read about some of our current projects that are helping revitalize Native communities.
Native American Business Development
Native Asset-Building Partnership Project
First Nations Development Institute launched the Native Asset-Building Partnership Project (NABPP) to help tribes develop tools and infrastructure for control of their assets.
Combating Predatory Lending
Native American Family Economic Security
Native American Family Economic Security: Linking Asset-Building Programs in Indian Country is a two-year project that works to develop, strengthen and expand programs/services that build the family economic security of Native communities through Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) sites.
Native American Foods & Health
Native Agriculture and Food Systems Initiative
First Nations launched the Native Agriculture and Food Systems Initiative (NAFSI) to help tribes and Native communities strengthen their local food systems, improve health and nutrition, and build food security. This initiative helps Native communities develop innovative agricultural and food security projects.
Financial & Investor Education
First Nations Launches the My Green Campaign
The My Green campaign is dedicated to teaching Native American youth receiving Minor’s Trust payments how to better manage their “Big Money.”
Strengthening Native American Nonprofits
Urban Native Project
First Nations and the National Urban Indian Family Coalition partnered to conduct the three-year “Urban Native Project.” The project’s goal is to support new and expanded activities in urban American Indian environments with the goal of improving opportunities that can be attained in all Native American urban communities.