If you would like to partner with an experienced Indigenous organization and contribute to First Nations in British Columbia in impactful and relevant ways, please email our Director of Business Development and Communications, Jessie Williams, at [email protected].
We invite Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities, organizations, corporations, societies, foundations, and individuals to discuss donor and strategic initiative opportunities.
***NRT provides 100% of donations towards BC FN’s, meaning no administration fees!
***There may be equity matching opportunities for aligned initiatives.
Our Current Partners
First Nations Technology Council (FNTC)
The FNTC supports the full integration of technologies to improve the quality of life for First Nations in BC. Working with FNTC, NRT supports the First Nations in BC Web Portal.
New Relationship Trust Foundation (NRTF)
The New Relationship Trust Foundation is a charitable organization created by NRT in 2011. The NRT Foundation advances access to education for First Nations in BC.
Aboriginal Capital Corporations
In addition, NRT partners with the following Aboriginal Capital Corporations to provide equity for emerging First Nations businesses and communities under the Entrepreneur Equity Matching Initiative (EEMI) and Community Equity Matching Initiative (CEMI).
All Nations Trust Company (ANTCO)
ANTCO is an Aboriginal-owned organization that provides trust, agent, and administrative services.
Tribal Resource Investment Corporation (TRICORP)
TRICORP provides a range of financial services to First Nation entrepreneurs in Northern BC.
Community Futures Development Corporation of Central Interior First Nations (CFDCCIFN)
CFDCCIFN promotes and provides economic development support services to First Nation people in central interior BC.
Tale'awtxw Aboriginal Capital Corporation (TACC)
TACC provides business financing and support services to Aboriginal businesses within the Coast Salish traditional territories.
Nuu-chah-nulth Economic Development Corporation (NEDC)
NEDC provides financial assistance and advisory services to Aboriginal people residing and operating within the Nuu-chah-nulth territory.