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Seventh Generation Fund for Indigenous Peoples Grants

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Seventh Generation Fund for Indigenous Peoples, Inc.
Apr 7, 2018



Seventh Generation Fund for Indigenous Peoples grants provide funding to native community-based projects in the areas of:

  • Enhancing tribal identity and cultural vitality through individual and collective creative expression and practices
  • Achieving physical, mental, and spiritual wellness through traditional healing practices, cultural engagement, and food security
  • Strengthening native leadership strategies by building the skills and knowledge systems that fortify organizational and community-centered work
  • Protecting earth’s natural systems and ability to nurture and sustain life by supporting native stewardship practices and traditional ecological knowledge
  • Developing culturally-relevant and ecologically-sustainable native community assets
  • Securing harmony and parity for and within native communities and nations and the right of self-determination

Eligible applicants are:

  1. A Native American/Indigenous peoples’ initiative or project that accomplishes its work within the community it serves
  2. At least 80% of the board of directors and leadership are Indigenous peoples
  3. A majority Indigenous/Native American staff that are engaged at all levels of the organization
  4. Has an annual operating budget of less than $200,000

Additional eligibility criteria is explained on the program website.

Geographic coverage
Amount of funding

Up to $10,000.

Application process

Links to application instructions and forms are available on the program website.

Submit the application package by email to or by mail to:

Seventh Generation Fund for Indigenous Peoples
Attn: Proposal Review Committee
PO Box 4569
Arcata, CA 955518

Tagged as
American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians · Community and economic development · Community and faith-based initiatives · Cultural competency · Environmental health · Food security and nutrition · Leadership · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention

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