Video Application

Keepers of the Earth Fund is closed and we are no longer accepting grant applications.


First Peoples Worldwide will accept grant applications in video format as an alternative to our written application. Your video can be composed any way you like—we ask only that you show us the challenges your community faces and the solutions your community is using to overcome them. We encourage you to include multiple voices from many different members of your community.

If possible, we strongly recommend that you provide an English transcript of your video to help us understand the video’s content.

You can submit your video through our Online Application, or follow the directions below to send us your application directly.


Please send us an email with the following information to
-Your organization’s name and any contact information you can provide
  -The name and location of the Indigenous group submitting the video

You may upload your video to and include a link to the video in your email, or you can mail a DVD copy of the video to:

Grants Coordinator
First Peoples Worldwide
877 Leeland Road
Fredericksburg, VA  22405

Submission materials will not be returned to you.

First Peoples Worldwide may request your permission to use your video on our website, in funding materials, or in group presentations.

If you have any further questions, please contact us at

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