CNAY RESOURCE EXCHANGE

We depend on youth, communities, and partners all over to help share resources that support Native youth. Find a resource or submit your own.

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Provides legal representation and technical assistance to Indian tribes, organizations and individuals nationwide.

Contact:
  • 1506 Broadway
    Boulder, CO 80302-6296

Holds an annual conference on Indian education. Includes a program of plenaries, sessions, and activities to help you advance educational attainment among American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian students.

A report by CNAY and Casey Family Programs evaluates current indicators of Native youth across four categories of well-being: economics and community, education, health and child welfare and family.

Contact:
  • Center for Native American Youth
  • One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 700
    Washington, DC 20036
  • Email: cnayinfo@aspeninst.org

Works to advance philanthropic practices grounded in Native values and traditions.

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The Native Americans in Philanthropy (NAP) #GenIndigenous Response Fund provides grants up to $5,000 to youth organizing groups responding to current moments in ways that build long-term power for Native youth. The first grant cycle awarded grants to ten grantees across the country! LEARN MORE

Deadline 20-Oct-2017

Youth Rebuilders is a summer experience that equips Native youth with nation building training and inspires them to share their visions for the future. We’ll meet the selected Youth Rebuilders in their own community and provide them with three days of fun, interactive programming.

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Deadline 30-Apr-2018