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Fiscal Sponsorship Opportunity; Apply Online

Is your organization seeking financial support? Unkitawa provides fiscal support for several organizations and is accepting new applications.

Eligibility Criteria

We invite applications from projects and initiatives that resonate with Unkitawa’s values and are located in Washington state, Minnesota, or South Dakota. To be eligible for fiscal sponsorship, applicants must:

  • Be based in Washington state, Minnesota, or South Dakota.
  • Demonstrate alignment with Unkitawa’s mission of healing and educating Indigenous peoples through culture and education.
  • Have a clear and well-defined project or initiative.

Fiscal Sponsorship Benefits

By partnering with Unkitawa as your fiscal sponsor, you gain access to a range of benefits that align with our mission and values, including:

  • Culturally Aligned Support: Leverage our commitment to Indigenous/Native American cultural values to support projects that resonate with our mission.
  • Community Connection: Become part of a community that encourages a sense of belonging, fostering collaboration and support.
  • Ancestral Wisdom: Access the wisdom of our ancestors through oral teachings, integrating cultural knowledge into the fabric of your project.
  • Shared Responsibility: Embrace the ethos of “Ours, Yours & Mine,” where we collectively share the responsibility for the well-being of each other and our communities
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Application Deadline

Applications for fiscal sponsorship are accepted on a rolling basis.

How to Apply

Scroll down to complete our online application.

About Unkitawa

Unkitawa means “Ours, Yours & Mine” in Lakota. It embodies the concept of shared responsibility and care for one another. Unkitawa is committed to healing and educating Indigenous peoples through culture and education. Our office and programs are at 816 Central Ave N, Kent WA 98032.


Heal and educate Indigenous peoples through culture and education.


Seven generations of ancestral healing.


  • Community: Encourage and create a safe environment where Indigenous/Native American people have a sense of belonging.
  • Integrity: Stand tall to maintain strong morals and principles while walking the Red Road.
  • Perseverance: Utilize ancestral knowledge and oral teachings to maintain Indigenous/Native American cultural ways of life.

Unkitawa looks forward to supporting and amplifying the impact of culturally aligned projects in Washington state, Minnesota, and South Dakota through our fiscal sponsorship program

Contact Information

For inquiries, please contact Edna Wyena at edna@unkitawa.org.

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