Community Vitality enhances tribal identity and cultural vitality through individual and collective creative expression and practices, fosters leadership development, and advances cultural and social justice.
Affiliates are Native community-based organizations that operate under SGF’s nonprofit status. SGF serves as a fiscal sponsor, allowing a group to direct its efforts towards accomplishing its goals and objectives. We assist with administration, technical training, fiscal management, program oversight, and organizational development.
Providing training and technical support has always been a core component of our overall work. Seventh Generation Fund believes that offering a wide variety of services is key to successfully organizing and sustaining our programs. We conduct over-the-phone, in-person and virtual trainings to build both individual and organizational capacity.
Workshops and Conferences
Seventh Generation Fund sponsors events on program planning, conflict resolution, group dynamics, grant writing, sustainable agricultural practices, and financial management. All community members are encouraged to actively participate in workshops and engage in open discussions.
SGF also provides a variety of services, such as at our Keeping the Homefires Burning gatherings, Affiliate trainings, onsite visits, and training sessions on specific issues. Workshops are often designed in response to requests from our Affiliates and grantees. Training materials created for workshops are provided.
Seventh Generation Fund for Indigenous Peoples, Inc.
Physical address: 2355 Central Ave. Suite C, McKinleyville, CA 95519
Mailing address: P.O. Box 4569, Arcata, CA 95518
In Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council since 2017