We Provide Grants to Indigenous-Led Grassroots Organizers Focused on Environmental Issues
Our Grant Cycle
If you are an indigenous organization working on urgent environmental issues in the Southwest or Western regions of North America, you may qualify for one of our annual grants.
Our granting cycle begins in the early spring of each year, culminating in a review of applications on or near March 21, David's birthday.
Who are our previous grantees? See below.
To Apply for a Grant
For grant inquiries, please contact us.
An application will be sent either via email or postal mail after a conversation to determine your eligibility.
Previous DSOFFTE Grantees
Black Mesa Trust
Black Mesa Water Coalition
Black Mesa Water Coalition/Just Transition Coalition
C-Aquifer for Diné
Corbin Harney (Shundahai/Energy Research)
Diné Citizens Against Ruining our Environment (Diné CARE)
Eastern Navajo Diné Against Uranium Mining (ENDAUM)
Edible Landscape Project
Honor the Earth
Honor the Earth/Chiapas Pilot Project
Honor the Earth/Western Shoshone Project
Honor Our Pueblo Existence (HOPE)
Hopi Tutskwa Permaculture
Indigenous Life Ways
Margene Bullcreek (Citizen Alert)
Ohngo Guadadeh Devia: Skull Valley Resistance
Picuris Mine Relief Program
Piñon Bioregional Lifeways Network
Piñon Community Garden Project
Red Water Pond Road Community Association
Soaring Eagle Express Incorporated (SEEI)
TEWA Women United
Tó Nizhóní Ání (TNA)
Traditional Native Farmers Association in Santa Fe
Western Shoshone Defense Project
WMAN Indigenous Caucus