We extend a deep appreciation and gratitude to Sonja for her support and contribution to the staff and our programs, and we
Ashley M. Sarracino is Laguna/Acoma and lives in the Pueblo of Laguna, New Mexico. Ashley brings experience in working with
With regards to the current protests and social unrest in Ecuador, Swift Foundation informs that false and ill-intentioned
On April 21st, 2022 indigenous community leaders called in from their respective homelands for the second round of the
On March 10, 2022, the paradigm clash of the conservation industry and Indigenous Peoples’ management of their home
Land defenders from Belize, Ecuador and Peru will share through storytelling how their indigenous worldviews resonate in a
Swift Foundation is hiring a part-time grants manager.
Swift Foundation and First Nations Development Institute announce the second webinar in the Unpacking Jargon series.
Swift Foundation presents at the Council on Foundations 2021 conference on leadership in solidarity philanthropy.
Swift Foundation is among philanthropic organizations writing to the Convention on Biological Diversity with concerns about