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

give_now

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.

Raising Awareness

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.

 

Focus Areas

We’ve awarded more than 50 grants in 15 countries spread across 5 continents.

Select a focus area above or click on a grant in the map to find out more information.

Apply for a grant

 

Connect with Ancestral Wisdom

Upcoming Events

Our premier event, Ancient Wisdom Rising, is being planned for the Summer of 2018. Voices of Wisdom gatherings provide opportunities to listen and learn from indigenous elders in an intimate ritual setting.

August 2017

September 2017

Recent Blog Posts

A day at Nii Juinti

A good part of the grant received from Sacred Fire Foundation allowed the Nii Juinti school to buy all the necessary instruments and pay the workforce for cleaning, preparing and planting a wide variety of medicine plants typically utilized in the Shipibo culture by shamans.

Experiencing Elder Wisdom in Toronto

I attended the Voices of Wisdom event, held in near Toronto, Ontario, Canada on September 24 and 25, 2016. The event featured the elders Kahontakwas Diane Longboat, Mohawk elder, and Wanbdi Wakita, a Dakota elder. Both of these elders are spiritual leaders in their ancestral communities, and leaders in their professions in the greater community.

Pin It on Pinterest