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Empower Native Voices:
Support Native Public Media Today! 

At Native Public Media (NPM), we believe in the power of Native voices and the vital role they play in shaping strong, resilient communities. As a national center dedicated to empowering Native media through community-based, local, and democratic platforms, NPM has been a beacon of strength for the past eighteen years. We invite you to join us in this crucial mission to support and amplify Native voices across the nation. 

How You Can Help

Your support is crucial in sustaining and expanding the impact of Native media. By donating, you directly contribute to: 

  • Strengthening Native Radio and Television Stations 

  • Empowering Communities with Essential Information 

  • Preserving and Promoting Native Languages and Cultures 

Donate Now and Make a Difference!

NPM’s Commitment to Our Donors: 

We will not sell, share, or trade our donors’ names or personal information with any other entity nor send mailings to our donors on behalf of other organizations. This policy applies to all information received online and offline, as well as any electronic, written, or oral communications. To the extent that NPM processes any donations or contributions through a third-party service provider, our donors’ information will only be used to process the donation.

Please make donations via check payable to:

Native Public Media

PO Box 3955

Flagstaff, AZ 86003

Our Commitment
to Empowerment 

Native Public Media provides local leadership, centralized resources, and strategic approaches to enhance the Native Broadcast System. Our comprehensive services include broadcast licensing guidance, federal regulatory compliance support, station support programs, broadcast legal assistance, broadcast leadership training and education, and telecommunications and communications policymaking. 

In the last eighteen years, NPM has successfully cultivated a network of sixty Native radio stations and three television stations. These stations are not just broadcasters; they are lifelines within their communities, serving as essential news sources, delivering critical health information, providing a platform for community discourse, broadcasting life-saving information in emergencies, airing extensive cultural content, promoting language preservation, and contributing to the local economy by providing jobs. 



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