Seventh Generation Fund is an Indigenous identity-based organization dedicated to the self-determination of Native Peoples and the sovereignty of the distinct Nations that mobilizes financial, technical, and informational resources directly to Native communities to empower action.
Grant awards range from $250 to $50,000. An organization may apply for a single large grant per year, with the possibility of additional Traveling Song Initiative or Mini Grants:
- Mini Grants: Submit a grant Cover Sheet and a one to two page letter of request detailing your project, explaining how funds will be used and a budget. Requests accepted on an ongoing basis. (Up to $500)
- Traveling Song supports travel for Indigenous Peoples’ participation in regional, national and international meetings, advocacy, skills building, and decision-making opportunities. Requests accepted on an ongoing basis. (Up to $5,000)
- Community Empowerment and Cultural Vitality (Up to $10,000)
- Thriving Women projects that nurture and support the safety, health and vitality of Indigenous women, girls and families. Available in the United States, Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, Northern Mariana Islands, U.S. Virgin Islands, proposal due dates are March 1, 2020, June 7, 2020, and October 11, 2020. (Up to $30,000)
- Thriving Women projects that nurture and support the safety, health and vitality of Native Alaskan women, girls and families. Available in Alaska.
Proposal due dates are March 15, 2021,