In honoring the Hopi Foundation’s goal to strengthen community through collaborative actions, the Capacity Building program works with local nonprofits, tribal organizations, villages, the philanthropic sector and external stakeholders to accomplish the task of resource development. This aspect of The Hopi Foundation includes development and services in the areas of:
Training and best practice in strengthening ethical & prudent practices in the defined areas but not limited to:
Consensus Building & Strengthening Infrastructure
Creating an environment to support positive change and decision making is important in moving missions’ toward a greater vision on behalf of the community you serve. These sessions include tools and training in the areas of:
Strategic Planning & Fundraising
Organized facilitation and knowledge sharing with best practices that assist with achieving long-term sustainability and effectiveness of services provided. Research and tools are providing to support organizational growth in the following areas:
Our fees for service training is tailored to every organization based on identified priority areas defined by meetings with key stakeholders as a pre-assessment phase prior to the delivery of training and facilitation. Our staff will take time to identify the best approach in being of service to further our goal of strengthening community through the delivery of capacity building services.
Hopi Tutskwa Permaculture, Hopi Tewa Women's Coalition, Hopi Department of Health & Human Services, Hopi Office of Land Information Services, Office of Hopi Lands, Hopi Villages: Bacavi, Sichomovi, Sipaulovi, Walpi and Shungopavi, Red Feather Development Group, Tawa'ovi Community Development Board, The Nakwatsvewat Institute, and the Hopi Tribal Judicial Branch.
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