The Native Voice Network was founded in response to the need for a national voice for Native American families and communities in local and national policy issues impacting Native communities. 

More than thirty Native American organizations are members of the NVN, including grassroots community organizations, large-scale service providers and national institutions. NVN member organizations have diverse areas of interest and represent urban and rural tribal communities.   

Native Voice Network Member Organizations include:  

American Indian Center of Chicago

American Indian Community Council of Los Angeles

American Indians in Texas at the Spanish Colonial Mission

Americans for Indian Opportunity

Binational Center for the Development of Oaxacan Indigenous Communities  

Black Mesa Water Coalition

Diné Citizens Against Ruining Our Environment

First Alaskans Institute

First Nations Development Institute 

First People’s Fund

Hopi Foundation

Indian Law Resource Center

Kwatson Radio

Native American Community Development Institute

Native American Voter Alliance

Native American Youth and Family Center

Native Americans in Philanthropy

Native Youth Leadership Alliance

National Indian Child Welfare Association

National Urban Indian Family Coalition

Phoenix Indian Center

Red Eagle Soaring

Santa Fe Leadership Institute

Tewa Women United

Tonatierra Community Development Institute

Tucson Indian Center

Washington State Indian Civil Rights Commission

If you are a Native American organization interested in taking action to create a positive difference in Native communities, you are invited to join the Native Voice Network. Becoming a member means that you will receive action alerts from the network and its members, and be invited to participate in specific advocacy actions. For more information, email nativevoicenetwork.nvn@gmail.com.