Featured Resources from our Community Partners
Qaqamiigux: Head Start Traditional Foods Preschool Curriculum– is an educational tool that aims to instill healthy eating habits and lifestyles in young children utilizing Unangan and Unangas traditional foods, language and culture. The curriculum includes activities that engage the children, parents and community members. This curriculum could be adapted by other tribal communities to build off their own traditional and cultural foods and activities to encourage healthy eating habits and lifestyles in preschool settings.
Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association, Inc., Alaska
The Healthy Navajo Stores Initiative– is a technical, educational and promotional resource for the implementation of the Healthy Navajo Stores Initiative. This toolkit could be adapted by tribal communities to increase the amount of fresh fruits, vegetables and traditional foods in stores located in your community.
Community Outreach and Patient Empowerment (COPE), Navajo Nation
Ancestral Diet Curriculum for Kids, Ancestral Eating Recipes and Indigenized Fitness Curriculum for Kids – are curriculums designed by the Bad River Tribe to support their children’s programming in the Birch Hill Housing Community that better reflect and culturally support healthier lifestyles. These curriculums could be utilized or adapted by tribal communities to incorporate traditional fitness and indigenous foods into their own programming with kids.
Bad River Band of Lake Superior Tribe of Chippewa Indians, Wisconsin
NB3 Foundation Webinars
Advancing Health Equity: Policy, System and Environmental (PSE) Change webinar recording
Presented by: American Indian Cancer Foundation
The American Indian Cancer Foundation (AICAF) partners with American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) communities to implement policy, systems and environmental (PSE) change strategies to promote healthy norms, health equity, and cancer prevention. AICAF’s Prevention and Policy team focuses their efforts on tobacco, physical activity and healthy eating. This training offers participants the opportunity to shape a comprehensive understanding of PSE change through an Indigenous lens for improving health outcomes in AI/AN communities. Participants will learn from success stories, promising practices, community-led initiatives and culturally tailored chronic disease prevention resources.
Advancing Health Equity: PSE change Power Point slides
Water for Health webinar recording
Presented by: National Drinking Water Alliance (NDWA)
The goal of this webinar is to introduce you to the National Drinking Water Alliance (NDWA). Their mission is to ensure that all children in the U.S. can drink safe water in the places where they live, learn, and play.
Water for Health Power Point slides
Planning with purpose
Presented by: University of New Mexico- Center for Native American Health (CNAH)
From the planning of ceremonies and feasts to the planting and harvesting seasons, Native communities have always been planners and have always planned with purpose.CNAH has extensive experience working with Native American communities across the country to develop action plans for those ready to document and organize their work in order to achieve their goals. They will share some key principles to consider when creating one as well as share some examples specific to indigenous communities.
Sharing our Journey: NB3F Native Strong Promising Program Grantees
Presented by: The Boys & Girls Clubs of the White Earth Reservation and the STAR School
The goal of the webinar is to introduce you to two Promising Program Grantees that the Notah Begay III Foundation (NB3F) Native Strong Program funded. The Boys & Girls Clubs of the White Earth Reservation and the STAR School are excited to virtual invite you into their community and share some of their challenges, achievements, and lesson’s learned.
Sharing our Journey: NB3F Native Strong Capacity Building Grantees
Presented by: The Santa Ana Pueblo Community Wellness Program and the Inter Tribal Sports, Inc.
The goal of the webinar is to introduce you to two Capacity Building Grantees that the Notah Begay III Foundation (NB3F) Native Strong Program funded. The Santa Ana Pueblo Community Wellness Program and the Inter Tribal Sports, Inc. are excited to virtual invite you into their community and share some of their challenges, achievements, and lesson’s learned.
Maximizing Dissemination: Lessons Learned from the American Indian Healthy Eating Project and Healthy Native North Carolinians
Presented by: Sheila Fleischhacker, PhD, JD. and Randi Byrd
The Healthy Native North Carolinians Network (HNNC) grew out of partnerships formed during the American Indian Healthy Eating Project (AIHE) which started in 2008 to develop planning and policy strategies to improve access to healthy, affordable foods within American Indian communities in North Carolina. HNNC continues to grow and work collaboratively to facilitate sustainable community changes around active living and healthy eating within American Indian tribes and urban Indian organizations in North Carolina. This webinar will focus on lessons learned regarding dissemination to tribal leaders and community members, along with key government agencies, researchers, policy makers and community and health advocacy groups. Learn more about AIHE and HNNC at: http://americanindianhealthyeating.unc.edu/
Voices for Native Community Wellness
Presented by: Healthy Native Communities Partnership, Inc. (HNCP)
Native communities have a long tradition of using stories to make sense of the world, to inspire community change, to pass on teachings and wisdom, and to help connect the past and the future. Digital storytelling is a low-cost, powerful and compelling way to promote social change and action by sharing first-person narratives combined with digital media. Digital storytelling gives Native people a chance to tell their own stories. They can give the message, not just be the audience or receivers of media messages. Healthy Native Communities Partnership, Inc. supports Native community voices for wellness through capacity building in Digital Storytelling.
Keeping Track: connecting data to evaluation
Presented by: Ronny A. Bell, Ph.D.
Native Food Sovereignty Fellows VISTA positions
VISTA, the SMSC, and IFAI
Open till filled
Good Sports Accepting Applications for Athletic Equipment Grants
Start a Snowball Invites Applications for Youth Philanthropy Projects
Start a Snowball, Inc.
Community Grant Program
The Walmart Foundation
Project Produce: Fruit and Veggie Grants for School
The Chef Ann Foundation
Karma for Care Foundation
Developing Healthy Places Grant
The Kresge Foundation
The Safeway Foundation
Sustainable Environments Grants
The Surdna Foundation
Programmatic Grants | Legacy Grants | Founder’s Grants
Finish Line Youth Foundation
Youth Baseball and Softball Grants
Baseball Tomorrow Fund
Community Innovation Grant Program
The Bush Foundation
Strengthening Organizations Grant
The Alaska Community Foundation
Strategic Campaign Funds
Voices for Healthy Kids
Charitable Giving Program Actively Seeking Native Health Proposals
San Manuel Band of Mission Indians
Native American Language-Immersion Grants
First Nations Development Institute
Deadline: March 23, 2018
Webinars/ Trainings/ Conferences
April 19-20, 2018 | Milwaukee, WI
9th National Farm to Cafeteria Conference
April 26-27, 2018 | Cincinnati, Ohio
5th annual Plant-based Prevention Of Disease (P-POD) Conference
May 19 – 21, 2018 | Raleigh NC
5th International Indigenous Women’s Health Meeting
March 21-23, 2018 | Albuquerque, NM
NIHB National Tribal Health Summit
May 22-24, 2018 | Mystic Lake Casino – Prior Lake, MN
November 10-14, 2018 | San Diego, CA