Please Join Us for the

Native Americans in Philanthropy 2024 Annual Conference

April 22–25, 2024
Minneapolis, MN

About #NAPCON2024

The 2024 Native Americans in Philanthropy (NAP) Annual Conference will bring together a community of leaders, practitioners, and learners at the intersection of philanthropy, Native advocacy, and Tribal sovereignty to collaborate on ways they can be involved in the movement to Indigenize philanthropy.

With a firm grounding in Indigenous cultures, the NAP conference will honor the past, celebrate the present, and chart the map to the future — together.

Who Should Attend?

  • Tribal leaders
  • Leadership and staff from foundations and other funders
  • Native/ Tribal professionals working in philanthropy
  • Native advocacy leaders
  • Young people
  • Elders/ knowledge keepers
  • Non-Native professionals working in partnership with Native communities

Agenda at a Glance

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Members of NAP


General Public Ticket


Virtual Attendees




We look forward to welcoming everyone to beautiful Minneapolis, MN! Attendees can book rooms below until Friday, March 29, 2024 at the conference rate of $205/night.

Conference Location

Marriott Minneapolis City Center
30 South 7th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55402


Marriott City Center

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30 South 7th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55402


Please accept Native Americans in Philanthropy’s invitation to join us in solidarity as we explore the ways that philanthropy is working to build trusting partnerships and support the authority and decision-making power of our diverse groups. We offer a wide range of sponsorship opportunities that are available for you to support this gathering while leveraging exhibit investment and making positive impressions. For more information, please contact Reyna Davila-Day at


1. What is the cost to attend?
You can find information about registration fees here
2. When will registration close?
Registration for in-person tickets will remain open until sold out. Registration for Virtual Only will remain open until the day of the conference.
3. Will there be a virtual option?
Yes, all registrants (in-person and Virtual Only) will be able to access select conference content virtually.
4. When will the agenda/program schedule be available?
The full agenda will be available late February 2024.
5. Is the planning committee soliciting workshop or speaker proposals?
No. Our call for sessions closed on January 5, 2024.
6. Are there going to be exhibit booths at the conference?
There will be Native arts and crafts vendors.
7. Will continuing education credits (CEUs) be offered?
No, continuing education credits will not be offered at this conference.