Listen to our staff talk about NACDI and what it means to them and their community.
Collaborations, Development, and Programs
The Native American Community Development Institute (NACDI) plays a diverse role in the Indigenous Community.
Make Voting A Tradition Coloring Contest
Donate to the Jim Denomie Memorial Scholarship
A partnership of All My Relations Arts/NACDI, Todd Bockley Gallery & Denomie/Wilson Family
Image Credit: © Jim Denomie Estate and Bockley Gallery.
Friends of the Falls
NACDI is working in partnership with The Falls, to build authentic, long-term relationships with First Nations people and shaping the future of the Upper Lock at Owámniyomni.
Our vision is to create a place of healing and celebration that acknowledges the past and advances a more equitable and inclusive future.
For more information about the Friends of the Falls, Native Partnership Council, and upcoming engagement meetings thefalls.org.
American Indian Cultural Corridor
Every year NACDI takes a leadership role in community-based projects and events like Open Streets/Franklin, Indian Month parades, and Pow Wows. As well as helping to facilitate the Indigenous-inspired photo wraps on utility boxes (pictured).
Find out how you can volunteer for NACDI by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.