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The My Brother’s Keeper Initiative, launched in 2014, sparked increased conversation and funding to boys and men of color on a national scale. Much of the literature and discussion on this topic is centered on African-American and Hispanic boys and young men. However, the literature on Native American boys and men has been sparse and limited at best. This report is an attempt to provide additional insight and recommendations for how funders and other key stakeholders can better support organizations serving Native American boys and young men. In this report, which we believe is the first of its kind, we examine the organizational characteristics and philanthropic landscape of support for Native boys- and young men-serving programs.