To support or learn more about our Hopi relief efforts related to COVID-19, please visit our

Hopi Emergency Relief Fund page

Huvam Yeese'e



Strengthening Communities through Collaborative Actions

Our basic mission is to Help People Help Themselves. The Hopi name Lomasumi'nangwtukwsiwmani, signifies the process of furthering unity of aspiration blossoming into full maturity over time.  We believe in attending to the community in which we live and in the skills of our people.


The Hopi Foundation exemplifies the Hopi teaching of "Itam naapyani" or doing the work ourselves. Established by local Hopis, we promote self-sufficiency, proactive community participation in our own destiny, self-reliance, and local self-determination.

It is the goal of The Hopi Foundation to ensure that the voice of the Hopi is not vanquished and that it can find expression in the contemporary world.

Capacity Building

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HOPI Substance Abuse Prevention Center

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Natwani Coalition

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The Barbara Chester Award

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KUYI - 88.1FM Hopi Radio

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Hopi Leadership Program

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Hopi Opportunity Youth Initiative

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Hopi VITA Partnership

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Our People


HF Staff

These are the individuals that make The Hopi Foundation and our programs what they are.


HF Board

 These people give their time to help guide the Foundation in the right direction.




Hopi Sinom

The 12,000 people of the Hopi communities we serve live among some of the longest continuously inhabited villages in America.

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