We support the economic development of American Indian and Alaska Native communities by offering access to capital through grant opportunities.
All economic endeavors pose some degree of risk. Many of our grants fund feasibility studies that help tribes assess their risks and make informed decisions about their economic futures.
The NABDI grant helps tribal leaders evaluate and identify viable economic opportunities for their communities
NTBG aims to establish and expand broadband access in Native communities.
The grant program provides funding to tribes to preserve their Native languages.
The EMDP grant provides tribes with the opportunity to evaluate the energy and mineral resource potential of their lands.
The TEDC grant offers funding for tribes to develop their energy business or expand their energy capabilities.
The program will provide Native entrepreneurs with the tools needed to grow their businesses and offer products or services to tribal communities.
The Tribal Tourism Grant Program (TTGP) supports tribal economic development and fulfills the mission of the NATIVE Act by providing funding for tribes to conduct feasibility studies to help them make informed decisions about potential tourism projects.
- Department of the Interior: National Parks Service, Tribal Heritage Grants
- Department of the Interior: National Parks Service, Repatriation Grants
- Department of Housing and Urban Development: Indian Housing Grants
- Environmental Protection Agency: Indian Environmental General Assistance Program
- Department of Energy: Office of Indian Energy Policy and Programs, Current Funding Opportunities