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Why contribute to NARF?
Since 1971, the Native American Rights Fund has provided legal assistance to Indian tribes, organizations and individuals nationwide who may have otherwise gone without adequate representation. NARF has successfully asserted and defended the most important rights of Indians and tribes in hundreds of major cases, and has achieved significant results in such critical areas as tribal sovereignty, treaty rights, natural resource protection, and Indian education.
Our work depends entirely upon the generosity of our donors. Wacantognaka, the Lakota word for generosity, means to contribute to the well-being of one's people and all life by sharing and giving freely. The tradition of giving is a core value held by Native Americans. We invite you to participate in this tradition by contributing to the Native American Rights Fund. With your support, NARF can continue to successfully carry out its mission of achieving justice on behalf of Native Americans.
Because we are privately funded, the Native American Rights Fund relies solely on the concern and charity of people like you who want to ensure the rights of Native American people are protected. Please help NARF continue to make a difference by contributing today!
Donate by mail or fax
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(pdf) or (html) with your contribution, or fax it to the Native American Rights Fund,
Attention: Development Department at (303) 443-7776.
Donate by phone by calling (303) 447-8760 between 8:30 am and 5:30 pm MST Monday through Friday. Ask for the Development Department.
Tsanáhwit Circle (Monthly Giving)
Tsanáhwit is a Nez Perce word meaning equal justice. Tsanáhwit Circle members provide a regular source of income to NARF by pledging and making monthly contributions at any level of your choice. You may sign up to receive monthly pledge reminders in the mail or your credit card may be billed automatically. Sign up now online!