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

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Our monthly donors make programs like these possible:

Pathfinder Center Security

Women have stable, safe housing and are protected from traffickers. The 14 rooms in the shelter are now secured, and the women can become part of a healthy, safe community of support that provides assistance while they address pressing legal, medical, and emotional needs.

Girls on the Run

A signature program for EmBE works to empower young girls and promote lifelong fitness. This ten-week transformational program is based on physical activity, and it encourages positive youth development for girls in 3rd-5th grades.


CASA Advocate Training

Advocates are appointed by a judge to represent on behalf of an abused and/or neglected child. CASA works to find these advocates to train and assign them to a child so that every child in the program is living in a safe and stable environment and operating at his/her full potential.