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  • Sara DeHoff

Help Native Youth Thrive

Updated: May 15, 2023


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As you catch up on our news, can you sense it? Can you hear it? This is the sound of Native youth who have energy, hope and are willing to work for the future they envision. And it’s contagious!

  • In our film training project, Native students at University of Oregon are finding their voice and learning the skills to tell their own stories through film. They’ll be bringing these skills back to their own communities and can help tell their peoples’ stories in their own words.

  • Our organic farming interns are learning valuable skills on and off the farm. Not only are they learning to grow food in ways that steward the land, they are developing their wellness resilience skills on all levels. These young people are forging a future not just for themselves, but for their communities as well.

These youth have enormous capacity and the ripple effects of their endeavors will spread out into the world.


And you can be a part of this wave of hope.

  • Become a Founding Donor - We’ve made it easy to make an automatic monthly contribution to help sustain these projects so they can become long-term programs that help build a positive future. Just check the box “Make this a monthly donation” and you’re all set.

  • Make a one-time donation - If funds are tight, any kind of donation is welcome.

  • Join a Volunteer Day - We’d love to see you in person. Sign up for a Volunteer Day and come help out on the farm.

We look forward to hearing from you.

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