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Meet Raven, Joseph, Quenton and Richard

“As an Indigenous woman growing up in an area where I represented less than 1% of the population, I was constantly searching for my place. Being a part of the UNITY family has certainly reformed my life to embrace what makes me unique and to honor my heritage. As a Native American in today’s society, I feel that I have an obligation to preserve the integrity of my culture. By participating in UNITY events such as their annual conferences, Today’s Native Leaders (TNL), as well as the White House Tribal Youth gathering, I was able to gain so many useful resources to help not only myself but my people.”
– Raven Dial Stanley, 19, Lumbee


“UNITY has been life-changing, to say the least. It has helped me grow so much, and it has also given me so much hope for the future of Indian Country. Just to know that there are thousands of Native youth out there paving the way for future generations. UNITY is a huge driving force for that and I am beyond grateful for this organization.”
– Joseph Richard Davis, 23, Akimel O’odham

“I attended my first UNITY Conference in 2014, and ever since, I have been inspired to make a difference in my community. UNITY helped me realize that even though I was young, I could still make an impact on my fellow community members. In high school, I was elected student council president and I also began an internship at the tribe’s AhTahThiKi Museum on the Big Cypress Reservation. After I graduated, I continued my work at the museum part-time until I was hired as the Community Engagement Coordinator. I have been in this position now for a year and a half and I have made many achievements and made a name for myself among my people, with the goal of serving on our Tribal Council. I credit UNITY with my achievements and am excited for the National UNITY Conference to come to Florida in 2019, and for my Tribe to serve as the host!”
– Quenton Cypress, 23, Seminole Tribe of Florida

“The UNITY Organization has brought drastic change to my life. Surrounded by peers that understood the struggles and the successes, it allowed me to open up and become more involved in my community, tribe, and my culture. And for that I’m thankful.”
– Richard Blake Crook, 20, Poarch Creek




This year, on this #GivingTuesday, UNITY will collect dollars to create a scholarship fund to help youth who otherwise do not have the financial means to attend the 2019 National UNITY Conference taking place July 4 – 8 in Orlando, Florida.



Table Mountain Rancheria Community All In!

UNITY shouts out a “Big Thank You” to Chairwoman Leanne Walker-Grant from Table Mountain Rancheria. She had the winning bid for a limited edition J.R. Cook Founders UNITY Pendleton Blanket. The live auction was held at the Celebration Award Banquet the last evening of the 2018 National UNITY Conference in San Diego, California.
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Donations from friends of UNITY

Chairman Rodney Butler, Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation, recently gave to UNITY. His donation awarded him one of the UNITY Pendleton Blankets.  When Chairman Butler learned there are number of Pendleton Blankets available, he said, “I am shocked they aren’t flying off the shelf, it’s a great deal for a great cause.” 100 UNITY Pendleton Blankets are left and waiting to find a home. One day, they will all be gone. He stated, “UNITY’s impact on the next generation of leaders is unmeasurable; investing in our youth today through an organization like UNITY strengthens our Nation’s future sustainability.” Read More

Arizona Gives Day

Today, UNITY is participating in “Arizona Gives Day”. But it’s not just for Arizonans!

Arizona Gives Day helps raise awareness about Arizona nonprofits and the critical role they play in our communities, state, and in UNITY’s case, the nation. We ask for your generous support, no matter the dollar amount, to invest in our Native youth leaders through UNITY leadership development programming.

On behalf of the Native youth leaders we serve, thank you for your contribution and support!

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Support UNITY Through Your End of Year Giving

Dear Friends of UNITY,

Whether it is $1, $20, or $100, your much needed financial support benefits the development of Native American leaders through UNITY, helping to create and foster an environment for our Native youth to learn and enhance leadership skills and realize their potential and opportunities.

Will you consider making an end of year contribution to UNITY by December 31?

From all of us at UNITY, THANK YOU and Happy New Year! Read More

#Give2UNITY on #GivingTuesday!

Help us reach our goal today of $1,976!

Please consider a donation to UNITY today, on this #GivingTuesday! Read More

Support UNITY through our CFC Campaign

Federal Employees faithfully give to UNITY through a workplace giving program called the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), directed by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management. The CFC mission is “to improve the quality of life for all.  UNITY is fortunate to receive voluntary contributions from government workers, including military personnel, as an approved charity.  Read More


Donate today, click here.

Today is an important day for us! Arizona Gives Day is a day focused on helping participating nonprofits, like UNITY, to raise funds that are critical to supporting our work. Monetary donations are the most direct way to help us make an impact: they allow us to allocate funds where they are most needed.
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