Donate to the Original Peoples of the Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon, a National Park in Arizona, is renowned for its stunning natural splendor as the largest natural canyon on Earth. But for centuries before its discovery and population by outsiders, this paradise was home exclusively to several Indigenous Peoples, many of whom still live close by.

Please use the donation form to the right to help fund the sacred defense of Indigenous communities associated with the Grand Canyon — and click Read More below to learn more about its original inhabitants. When you contribute $100 or more, we'll include a trial membership to the Lakota People's Law Project!

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In alphabetical order, here are tribes traditionally associated with the lands occupied by Grand Canyon National Park:

Havasupai Tribe

Hopi Tribe

Hualapai Tribe

Kaibab Band of Paiute Indians

Las Vegas Paiute Tribe

Moapa Band of Paiute Indians

Navajo Nation

Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah

San Juan Southern Paiute Tribe

The Pueblo of Zuni

Yavapai-Apache Nation