Sacred Fire Foundation supports the continuance of Indigenous wisdom and strives to raise awareness about the values of the Indigenous worldview as a way to effect social change and transform the world in which we live.
Indigenous peoples hold the moral reserve of the world.
—Onondaga Chief Oren Lyons
Protecting the Sacred
Through a strong participatory partnership model, our Grant Program works with Indigenous communities worldwide to ensure that their ancestral wisdom can continue to flourish for generations to come.
Honoring Indigenous Elders
Indigenous elders are keepers of the wisdom that our ancestors cultivated through the ages. We honor and support them through our Wisdom Fellowship Award.
Through our Events and Media Program we provide opportunities for people to experience Indigenous wisdom and learn how to apply these values in their daily life.
Connect with Ancestral Wisdom
Voices of Wisdom gatherings provide opportunities to listen and learn from Indigenous elders in an intimate ritual setting.
Greensboro, North Carolina
Recent Blog Posts
By Alison Wearing For most of us, water is available at the simple turn of a tap. It’s easy to lose our connection to its source, its significance, its spiritual essence. But there are people among us with a deep connection to water and its wisdom, Indigenous elders...
The customs of Q'eqchi Mayan communities in Belize have been under threat from recent evangelical colonization that prohibits the practice of Indigenous cultural traditions. In response, an intergenerational project was created to rekindle an interest among Mayan...
For more than twenty-five years, elder Pahan Pte San Win (Lakota, Cree & Metis) has been offering counseling support to residential school survivors, incarcerated men and youth, and women who have experienced abuse. In 2016, she had a vision: We will dance on...