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Webinar: Towards Indigenous Sovereignty

“We’re expected to grow an economy, but reservation land is much too small for an economy to grow. We can’t support ourselves. And I think that was done, not by accident, but on purpose.” — Chris Peters (Puhlik-lah/Karuk) Recognizing our collective responsibility of Decolonization, Self-determination, and Re-Indigenization, Seventh Generation Fund supports culturally-rooted and community-generated movement […]

Caring for our Mother Earth

As people around the globe mark this “earth day” with awareness of our shared planet and the many climate change-induced challenges to its preservation, we at SGF are reflecting on Indigenous Peoples’ unwavering commitment and connection to our Mother Earth. While many credit this white colonial day of observance, which only began in 1960, with […]


Become a 2024-2025 Eagle Feather Fellow!

Thriving Women Eagle Feather Fellows 2024-2025 We are proud to announce that Seventh Generation Fund is now accepting Eagle Feather Fellow applications for our Thriving Women program! The Eagle Feather Fellows for Thriving Women provides unique mentorship opportunities for young Native women to build ties within the community, expand their knowledge, skills, and capacity, as […]


Celebrating the beauty and vibrancy of the Two Spirit community

Members of our Seventh Generation Fund team recently visited our long time community partner and SGF affiliate, Bay Area American Indian Two Spirits (BAAITS) during their 13th annual Two Spirit Powwow. The week was filled with meaningful and intentional conversations amongst Two Spirit organizers who traveled from various parts of the so-called United States. The […]

In Support of the Pit River Nation’s Sacred Site Protection Campaign

Seventh Generation Fund for Indigenous Peoples supports the Pit River Nation’s leading effort to protect Sátíttla (aka Medicine Lake Highlands) as a National Monument. The area proposed for protection includes a little more than 200,000 acres in the Shasta-Trinity, Klamath, and Modoc National Forests. The proposed national monument would allow the Pit River Tribe to […]


Announcing our 2023 Indigenous Healing & Leadership Fellows

Seventh Generation Fund for Indigenous Peoples is dedicated to supporting the work of Indigenous-led organizations so they can thrive as leaders and culture-bearers. To this end, we are excited and honored to announce the 2023 Indigenous Healing & Leadership Fellows!  This year’s fellows exemplify the focus of the fellowship: their work is grounded culturally, in […]


SGF Invests in SAGE’s Anpetu Wi Wind Project

We are pleased to continue to stand by and support Indigenous Peoples’ self-determination and the sovereignty of Native Nations. Our ongoing and latest investment in the SAGE Development Authority’s Anpetu Wi Wind Project—the first 100% Native-led renewable energy commercial project on Turtle Island—supports just transition by funding resilient infrastructure and economic development, while at the […]