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EchoX includes a steadily growing searchable database of organizations, groups, writers, artists and others organized by ethnicity, cultural focus, type of heritage work and/or type of community action. Check back often to see newly added listings!

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The Potlatch Fund is a Native-led non-profit that provides grants and leadership development to Tribal Nations in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Nevada.

Our mission is to build on the Native tradition of giving in two ways: Increasing philanthropy for and among Tribal communities, and empowering community leaders with the tools they need to success.
  • Education
    Cultural Programs
    Professional Development
  • Language
    Language Classes
  • Business & Nonprofit Resources

Potlatch Fund is focused on promoting diversity and addressing inequality by educating foundations about Tribal communities, introducing them to Native nonprofits, and holding funder briefings specific to Indian Country. At the same time we are working with casino Tribes to improve their giving practices and increase their own giving to Native projects and their own communities. Concurrently tribes are realizing that they cannot fill all the gaps in their community, and thus we work with Native individuals both on reservations and in metropolitan areas to set up, fund, and manage Native nonprofits. Potlatch Fund has also worked with three cohorts of younger leaders to build a pool of qualified and networked talent to help drive a robust Native nonprofit sector here in the Northwest.