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Work With Us

We’re always looking to connect with new collaborators and supporters! If you think your organization or foundation is a good fit with Righting Relations, we’d love to hear from you.

How to Collaborate with Righting Relations

Righting Relations is open to collaborating on events, projects, and grant opportunities that relate to our mission and our three pillars. If you have an idea and you’d like Righting Relations to be involved, please connect with the Hub or Circle Coordinator closest to you, or reach out to our National Coordinator for more information.

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“I’ve been thinking a lot about the healing we have to do in our community and with others - where’s the place where we can have these difficult conversations? This group allows us to go through the emotions and unpack some of the structures.”

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Sherry Pictou, Apaji-wla’matulinej Member

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We’re looking for partners in the following areas

Want to work together? Let’s connect

Righting Relations has built a network organized into regional hubs and local circles that are actively working together to influence change. Each Hub works closely with a local anchor organization, and receives guidance, leadership, and operational support from a Regional Advisory Council of active circle members from across that Hub. The Hubs support the work of local Circles as they strive to facilitate change in their communities.