Intertribal Friendship House

For Organizational Adaptation

  • Amount
    $400,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    12/1/2020
  • Term
    42 Months
  • Type of Support
    Project
Strategies
Overview

Intertribal Friendship House is a hub for Bay Area Native Americans of diverse tribal affiliations, providing culturally competent social services, arts and culture programs, and Native American community building and fellowship opportunities. The organization’s arts and culture programs cover a broad array of practices, including drumming classes, regalia making, traditional song and dance instruction, performances, ceremonies, and powwows. In a typical year, the organization offers seven community gatherings, five performances, and 340 classes and workshops that serve 2,600 people. This grant will support Intertribal Friendship House in making organizational adaptations and advance the Performing Arts Program’s Communities strategy.

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Address
523 International Blvd
Oakland, CA 94606-2909
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Intertribal Friendship House is a hub for Bay Area Native Americans of diverse tribal affiliations, providing culturally competent social services, arts and culture programs, and Native American community building and fellowship opportunities. The organization’s arts and culture programs cover a broad array of practices, including drumming classes, regalia making, traditional song and dance instruction, performances, ceremonies, and powwows. In a typical year, the organization offers seven community gatherings, five performances, and 340 classes and workshops that serve 2,600 people. This grant will support Intertribal Friendship House in making organizational adaptations and advance the Performing Arts Program’s Communities strategy.

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