The Center provides funding to projects and programs that emphasize improvement in overall health and well-being of Southeastern indigenous people. Priority is given to those that support our focus areas, including education and consultation, cultural preservation and application, community based partnerships, and training and mentorship.
The Letter of Interest submission below is only applicable to requests greater than $2,500. Funding requests for $2,500 or less are at the discretion of the Executive Director of the Center for Native Health, who can be contacted via email as listed on our Executive Board page.
The Center for Native Health is opening to funding any project or work, and all submissions will undergo review by the Board. The Center for Native Health is open to funding events and projects spanning a variety of timelines.
Please take a look at our Programs page to see projects, organizations, and initiatives that we’ve funded in the past. This will help you to understand how best to frame your application for funding. Eligible applicants must be Tribal members aged 18 or older and/or provide evidence of Tribal partnership through letters of support. Submissions made below are being accepted on a rolling basis.
If you are working on a project pertaining to community, cultural preservation, health, or the improved quality of life of Native and Indigenous communities in the Southeast, and you think your project would benefit from additional grant funding via The Center for Native Health, please consider submitting an Letter of Interest below: