WHAT WE DO NOW MATTERS
Stand With Us
A Conversation With Our Students
Get to know some of the students whose lives you are changing.
Charting Your Path to Supporting Native Communities
What we do today matters, and your action today will make a difference both in one student’s life, but also in an entire community and for generations to come. You will be the foundation behind the next generation of teachers, doctors, nurses, engineers, lawyers and leaders – all working to build stronger, healthier Native communities.
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Change Begins With You
You can create a moment – and what we do in this moment matters, as it can pave the way for lasting change. The more eyes and ears we have on the injustices prevalent in Native communities, the more successful we will be in inspiring changes that result in healthier, stronger, safer Native communities. Your contributions, both in increasing awareness around the issues as well as inspiring financial support, are the beginning of a life-changing experience for a student, who will in turn touch and change the lives of an entire community.
There are many ways you can support Native students – raise money on Facebook or GoFundMe, plan a virtual dog walk, food demonstration or picnic in the park.
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Partners Make Us Stronger
Students and communities alike benefit from the rich relationships we have with our corporate partners. Not only do these partnerships provide much needed financial support, they may also include internship opportunities, mentoring, student convenings and more.
We are grateful to our partners for amplifying Native voices and supporting the dreams of Native scholars.
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Other Ways to Stand With Native Students
The Time Is Now
Right now, 42% of Native Americans are 24 years old or younger. Increasing our investment in education in this moment in time will change lives by creating more doctors, lawyers, educators, healthcare workers, engineers and scientists. A diverse, balanced workforce ensures stronger, healthier, sustainable Native communities.