Chamiza Foundation

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: Regional

Description

Established in 1989, the foundation ensures the continuity and preservation of Indian culture and traditions. Grants are awarded for programs that directly relate to some aspect of the preservation and/or continuity of Pueblo culture and traditional lifeways. Funding priorities include language preservation and revitalization programs; traditional architecture and building; sustainable agriculture; traditional arts and crafts instruction; tribal and ancestral history; youth education and leadership; ecology and environmental stewardship; innovative uses of technology, and intercultural exchange and education. Proposals are invited from New Mexico?s 19 Pueblo Indian tribal communities; Ysleta del Sur Pueblo in El Paso, TX; Pueblo community leaders; and non-Pueblo organizations that serve Pueblo communities. Visit the Web site for application instructions and additional information.

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