Become A Partner

Our work is made possible through close collaboration with Indigenous tribal and community-based partners as well as our diverse advisors and donors. If you are interested in exploring a partnership with us, please reach out to


While based at Johns Hopkins, the Center for Indigenous Health is financially independent and depends on philanthropic contributions to support our work. We are grateful for the generosity of our donors and sponsors across all programmatic areas. 

Alliance for A Healthier World Angel Flight West Ann Rockefeller Roberts
Annie E. Casey Foundation Arizona Community Foundation Arizona Community Foundation Family and Youth Services Bureau
Arizona Community Foundation Office of Community Services Baby2Baby Barclays Bank
Bristol Myers Squibb Foundation Carlos Santana’s Milagro Foundation Casey Family Programs
Community Organized Relief Effort (CORE) Focusing Philanthropy Good Samaritan Fund
Indian Health Service Integral Facemasks JIPMER
Katie Farms Krishna Ella and Family Kristof C-19 Initiative
Kullman Family Foundation Latter-day Saint Charities LifeStraw
Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies National Institute of Child Health and Human Development National Institute of Mental Health
Native American Research Centers for Health Office of Adolescent Health Office of Population Affairs
Osprey Foundation Partnership with Native Americans Ralph Lauren Corporate Foundation
Rick and Beth Schneiders Robert Wood Johnson Foundation The Rockefeller Foundation
RX Foundation Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration San Manuel Band of Mission Indians
Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community No Kid Hungry Texas Water Mission
The Beating Hearts The Tewaaraton Foundation Unicef
United States Geological Survey University of British Columbia W.K. Kellogg Foundation
Walmart Foundation With Love, from Strangers Zegar Family Foundation

To learn more about supporting our efforts, please contact Kathleen Grealish.