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Your financial contributions support our annual Indigenous Peoples Day Ceremonial Celebration! This Celebration is only made possible by the generosity of individual donors & sponsors. 

We are a non-profit group, & all donations go directly toward the costs of our Indigenous speakers, presenters, & artists; venue permit; tent, table, & generator rentals; youth activity materials; & ASL interpreters.

Indigenous Peoples Day Newton (IPDN) is fiscally sponsored by NOPI, a Massachusetts nonprofit corporation and 501(c)(3) organization, EIN 81-5089505. Donations made to IPDN through NOPI Inc. are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. Email us with any questions at

Prefer to donate via check? You can mail it to us at the following address: 


Indigenous Peoples Day Newton

PO Box 109
Walpole, MA 02081


Please put "IPDN General Funds" if you would like to donate funds for our annual celebration. If you would like to donate to a different event that IPDN is fundraising for, please indicate the name of that event instead of "General Funds."


We are passionate about making Indigenous Peoples Day a space where Indigenous (& non-Indigenous) folks can share experiences, engage in dialogue, & have a stronger, healthier sense of community & identity. We hope you will join us by supporting & engaging with our Indigenous Peoples Day Ceremonial Celebration! 


Your donations will go directly toward payment for all of our speakers and presenters, permit costs, tent & table rentals, youth activity materials, and ASL interpreters. We are relying on a combination of grant funding, market vendor fees, sponsorships from local businesses, & individual donors to defray these costs.


Our outdoor, daytime, family-oriented cultural & spiritual celebration features:

  • Musical, dance, & spoken word performances

  • Cultural presentations

  • A Talking Circle facilitated by elders from the Indigenous community.

  • Immersive educational cultural exhibits

  • A market featuring Indigenous artists, businesses, & community organizations

  • A youth activities tent

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