Join Us in the Circle of Hope!

In Native American tradition, the circle is a significant symbol. It represents equality and mutual respect, where every voice is heard. It’s an unbroken connection, symbolizing closeness and protection. Strength and unity.

Black Elk of the Oglala Sioux called it "The Great Circle," saying, “So long as the hoop was unbroken, the people flourished. The flowering tree was the living center of the hoop, and the circle of the four quarters nourished it. The east gave peace and light, the south gave warmth, the west gave rain, and the north with its cold and mighty wind gave strength and endurance. Everything the Power of the World does is done in a circle.

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Together, we are bringing healing through storytelling.

"I have seen the results firsthand of providing an opportunity to young people who would not otherwise have a chance to thrive."

David B.Fanwood, New Jersey

"I read Native Hope's mission and story, and I was moved to help. I have and still donate to organizations helping Native people. I have long thought it was an underserved population. Some stories I have read are truly heartbreaking. I can't help as much as I would like to, but I will give what I can. Everyone can make a difference."

Chrissy F.San Diego, California

"Youth are stepping up to lead the world; we must provide support to give them strength and education to make the best choices and to carry them out."

Julia M.SeaTac, Washington

Become a monthly donor and join the Circle of Hope!

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Our monthly donors make programs like these possible:

Youth and Community Outreach

Since financial support on reservations is often limited, funding for this program allows Native Hope to provide much-needed resources to those who need it most. Native Hope meets with community members, listens to their needs, develops partnerships, creates a network of support, and takes action.

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Fellowships

The Native Hope Fellowship Program empowers creativity and leadership in Indigenous Peoples and their communities. The initiative creates and supports opportunities and funding for individuals to develop their vision and improve Indian Country. Our Fellows' creative wisdom and level of commitment to the betterment of their communities and people will advance a broader understanding of Native cultures, perspectives, and journeys.

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Storytelling Heals

Storytelling Heals help us work toward the realization of our vision to address the injustice done to Native Americans. We dismantle barriers, bring healing, and inspire hope through the power of storytelling and impactful programming. Our team works to both inspire a national conversation on the untold story of Native America and address the real issues that Native people in communities face.

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