When you give to NILL, you’ll advance justice through knowledge.

As a supporter of the National Indian Law Library (NILL), a service of the Native American Rights Fund (NARF), you play a critical role in upholding and promoting the rights of indigenous peoples. Your donation will immediately be put to use in responding to daily research requests surrounding topics such as tribal sovereignty, Indian child welfare, water rights and religious freedom.

No matter how much you can afford to give at this time, your donation to NILL will make a real difference. It will provide attorneys, tribal advocates, and the general public with the essential legal resources they need to increase the quality of life for all Native Americans.

Become a Partner in Justice

Through annual gifts of $1,000 or more, Partners in Justice contribute critical donations necessary to support and expand NILL’s information services. This community of philanthropic leaders understand that achieving success depends on long term partnerships – relationships that set examples for others to invest in the future of Indian law.

Benefits of Giving

If they choose, Partners in Justice may receive recognition on the NILL website. One option is to have an organization’s clickable logo appear on one of our most highly visited web pages.  (The NILL home page had more than 10,000 visitors and 20,000 page views last year.) Please visit our site to see an example of logo placement.

Contact David Selden, Library Director, for more details. (dselden@narf.org ; 303-447-8760)

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