Our Hopi Nonprofit Community
Black Mesa Trust
The mission of Black Mesa Trust is to safeguard, preserve and honor the land and
water of Black Mesa. At its essence, Black Mesa Trust is about harnessing the lessons of traditional knowledge with Western science and technology to secure permanently our homeland on Black Mesa for generations of children yet to come. It is our hope that our families will always enjoy the wide-open spaces, deep canyons, majestic mesas, and clean air and water that bless our sacred homeland.
PO Box 33
Kykotsmovi, AZ 86034
Hopi Three Mesas, Inc.
The mission of Hopi Three Mesas, Inc. is to strengthen and revitalize Hopi culture, language, and life. Hopi Three Mesas, Inc. will dedicate its resources to improving the general welfare, health, safety, and social and economic stability of Hopi villages, the Hopi Tribe, and its members, wherever they reside.
PO Box 986
Second Mesa, AZ 86043
Hopi Credit Association
The Hopi Credit Association was established in 1952 as a 501(c)3 organization in the State of
Arizona, Hopi Credit was formed by a group of Hopi Individuals as a re-lending program to members of the Hopi Tribe. The Hopi Credit Association's goal is “ To carry out the business of borrowing money, and re-lending it to members for their economic improvement and activities related thereto”. The Hopi Credit Association is accredited by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501 (c) 4 tax-exempt organization. HCA is 100% wholly owned and controlled by its members. Those members are all members of the Hopi Tribe. The motto of the Hopi Credit Association is, “For Hopi, By Hopi” In 1998 HCA was certified as Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) by the Department of the Treasury.
PO Box 1259
Keams Canyon, AZ 86034
We created this grassroots effort as a tribute to both our late father and grandparents.
Members of our family, Isswungwa (Coyote Clan) from the village of Hotevilla, established the Hopi Relief Fund as a way to source and distribute necessary supplies to Hopi community members. Partnering with local leaders, artists, and other Hopi members, our mission is to offer assistance and relief to the people of the Hopi villages during the current COVID-19 crisis.
12129 N 140th Ln
Surprise, AZ 85739
Hopi Tourism Association
Hopi has been significantly impacted by the pandemic. In order to address these impacts, the Hopi Office of Community Planning and Economic Development, assisted by federal funders such as the Economic Development Administration (EDA), is advancing a series of projects and initiatives.
Hopi Tutskwa Permaculture
Hopi Tutskwa Permaculture is a community Indigenous-led non-profit
based in the Village of Kykotsmovi, located in Northern Arizona on the Indigenous Hopi Reservation. Our mission is to create community-based solutions in order to pass knowledge to future generations and rebuild culturally sustainable and healthy communities. We initiate learning projects that engage, train, and inspire Hopi youth and community to revitalize Hopi culture, knowledge, and traditions. We support Hopi community members in developing leadership skills to strengthen local food systems and to implement sustainable ecological projects within the Hopi community. We aim to provide our community with the tools, training and practical experience needed to rebuild a vibrant community based on traditional Hopi values and worldview.
PO Box 967
Kykotsmovi, AZ 96039
Hopitutuqaiki / The Hopi School, Inc.
Hopitutuqaiki, through its summer
apprenticeship program, has developed an inter-disciplinary curriculum that encourages a culturally based, more holistic educational process both in the arts and sciences. Our long-term goal includes developing both and accredited elementary and secondary school with curricula that are rooted in Hopi philosophy and teachings.
PO Box 583
Kykotsmovi, AZ 86039
Hopi-Tewa Women's Coalition to End Abuse
HTWCEA advocates for a coordinated
and effective response system that creates a safety net towards building healthy communities, while embracing the strength of our cultural values and traditions. HTWCEA is a tribal coalition that provides training, technical assistance, policy development, advocacy support to tribal governments and programs, and awareness on violence against women, gender-based violence, historical trauma, anti-oppression, and tribal sovereignty. We serve as a forum for united Hopi and Tewa community members in order to provide safety and support for victims and survivors from a victim-centered approach; promote leadership development of Hopi & Tewa women to effect social chance and educate the public toward a better understanding of violence against women.
PO Box 239
Second Mesa, 86043
Mesa Media Inc.
Mesa Media was founded to keep the Hopi language vibrant. Mesa Media
produces learning materials in the Hopi language by Hopi people for the Hopi people. Concepts for CDs, DVDs, and books come directly from traditional Hopi perspectives on dry farming, food, animals, colors, and cardinal directions.
PO Box 779
Polacca, AZ 86042
Moenkopi Senior Center, Inc.
PO Box 2139
Tuba City, AZ 86045
To provide quality life for elders by offering recreational, educational social activities and by providing support services for all elders, including special services for those with physical impairments.
Moenkopi Developers Corporation
The lands of the Hopi people are sacred
lands, lands dedicated to the survival and vibrancy of the Hopi culture and people. Moenkopi Developers Corporation (MCD) is dedicated to helping our people build a vibrant and culturally compatible economy, where our people can live and work with dignity, trust, honor and respect. MDC works to develop jobs and the economic base that creates a high quality of life for our future generations, capitalizing on the strength of Hopi people.
PO Box 1229
Tuba City, AZ 86045
Paaqavi Inc. was established to provide educational classes,
revival and preservation of the art of quilt making, organize and coordinate guild activities and projects and to provide raw materials and equipment for individual quilters who have home based businesses.
PO Box 1048,
Hotevilla, AZ 86030
Red Feather Development Group
Red Feather Development Group educates and empowers American Indian
nations to create long-term, sustainable solutions to the severe housing crisis within reservation communities. While focusing the public's eye on the intergenerational poverty and acute community development issues that plague American Indian reservations, Red Feather organizes volunteers, and alongside tribal members, builds desperately needed homes using sustainable materials and techniques.
2501 N. 4th St. Suite 17
Flagstaff, AZ 86004
TNI is a Native American, non-profit organization that works with Native
communities to develop and enhance their governance, justice and educational institutions. TNI is managed and advised by a diverse group of Native American community leaders, educators, advocates, attorneys, judges and academics. At TNI, we understand that effective institutions and initiatives must incorporate the priorities and values of the communities they serve. TNI services include community-driven research, technical assistance, training, academic courses, publications, and direct services.
PO Box 8
Second Mesa, AZ 86043
Peace Academic Center
Nestled between Second and Third Mesas on the Hopi Reservation in northeastern Arizona, Hopi Mission School is a small, private Christian elementary school affiliated with Mennonite Church USA and American Baptist Churches USA. The school was founded in 1951. The student body is small in numbers but the devotion for each other is great. This small school provides a community within its walls and creates a great learning environment. The students are given individual attention due to the small class size allowing them added opportunities. Many of the students come from strong traditional families, yet the families support the teaching of Christian values.