OUR PARTNERS

Sharing indigenous wisdom and culture in support of Mother Earth and global healing.

The Tribal Trust Foundation (TTF) provides our partners with invaluable support through our fiscal sponsorship program.  These committed wisdom keepers and elders are actively sharing indigenous wisdom while seeking to preserve the integrity of nature-based cultures around the globe. By providing this opportunity, both TTF and the communities we serve will realize our shared vision ~ to work for a world where the wisdom of indigenous ancestors and elders is held in the highest esteem, so they may guide humanity to live in harmony with Mother Earth, all Life born of her and with each other.

Maya Peace Ceremony
José Federico Ajpu Munoz

Since 2008, José has been dedicated to promoting World Peace, and has been traveling extensively sharing ceremonies and meditations that focus on cultivating peace in the heart and amongst all peoples. José introduces groups to the New Sixth Sun Calendar and offers Mayan Calendar more...

Grandmother/Elder
Fellowship Fund

Administered by Women’s Voices Project founder Susan Stark Christianson, the fund offers important ways to provide support to traditional grandmothers and indigenous elders. The Fellowship’s aim is to provide essential assistance, enabling themmore...

‘Ancestors’
Showing Up TV

Ancestors‘, produced by Showing Up TV, LLC (SUTV), is a film that will entertain, educate, and inspire viewers to make a positive philanthropic difference in the world through learning about and sharing indigenous wisdom and culture in support of Mother Nature and global healing. more...

LW Whale

Loving Waters

‘Loving Waters’ is a growing community of Water lovers, advocates and guardians uniting together in remembrance of our primary sacred relationship – Water as Life. Loving Waters’ mission is guided by a deep appreciation and engagement in ancient Indigenous Water Wisdom. more...

‘The Roots Awaken’
Soka Vision Projects

The Roots Awaken Project is a documentary that presents a heart driven and interconnected story of young indigenous leaders from the Andes Mountains to the Amazon Rainforest who are rising up with their elders to defend their territory and maintain their ancestral cultures as Ecuador becomes increasingly more globalizedmore...


Indigenous Healing
Roberta Cordero

Beginning in the 16th Century, the California genocide caused a catastrophic loss of Indigenous populations as well as of cultural continuity. In series of workshops designed with and for California’s tribal peoples, Roberta Cordero provides the context in which each tribemore...

Interesting in applying for fiscal sponsorship?

Before filling out this application please review our website to gain an understanding of the Mission of the Tribal Trust; the benefits of becoming fiscally sponsored; and examples of the fiscal sponsorship projects currently being sponsored.

As a fiscal sponsor, the TTF is a tax-exempt, nonprofit corporation that receives and disburses funds for programs that may or may not be incorporated, and provides administrative, financial, and other program support to groups which may lack administrative or fiscal capability.