June 13-15, 2018 N/A
2018 National Philanthropy Institute
RFP for Concurrent Sessions Proposals is Open!
Native Americans in Philanthropy is excited to announce that our 2018 National Philanthropy Institute will be held June 13-15 at the beautiful Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort and Spa in Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico! Our Native Philanthropy Institute, a key signature event, is intentionally designed to feature Native and non-Native speakers and participants across geographies, sectors, and cultural communities. We have a powerful theme this year, The Movement of Movements: The Healing Worldview of Indigenous Peoples. Key focus areas are: Indigenous women and girls, Native American youth, healing, and mass incarceration. We will also be weaving in economic development and civic engagement (voting and census) into the programming.
We are currently accepting session proposals from funders, philanthropic organizations, and members of Native Americans in Philanthropy. Proposals will be reviewed by our Program Committee. The 2018 National Philanthropy Institute is a philanthropy conference that shares innovation and addresses issues throughout Indian Country. Submissions can be national in scope; however, we are also interested in Native innovation, including issues related specifically to New Mexico.
Audience: Mainstream Philanthropy, Tribal Leaders, Tribal Philanthropy, & Native Program Officers
Goals for the conference are to:
- Create issue-driven partnerships and deepen existing relationships within networks.
- Educate mainstream philanthropy on funding inequities and how they can be a part of community-based solutions.
- Inform foundation staff about pressing Native issues and ways to advocate for Native-led organizations and solutions.
- Support the pipeline of Native philanthropy leaders and provide philanthropic expertise.
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