|New Hampshire Intertribal Native American Council||
1. To provide services and resources to assist all Native American Peoples that have been assimilated into the general population of New Hampshire, so that they may live without hunger, be clothed, have proper housing, and experience the spiritual and cultural awareness that is part of the Native American Heritage.
2. To provide a network of self help assistance and guidance for food, clothing, housing, and employment for all Native American People in times of need through the use of food pantries, clothing outlets, support groups, information centers, employment opportunities, and other resources.
3. To create a museum and library to preserve the spiritual and cultural heritage of Native American Peoples and to develop educational and cultural programs to teach the history, legends, lore, religion, language, and culture of Native American Peoples.
4. To support other Native American Tribal Councils, Inter-tribal groups, and organizations in their efforts to preserve and promote Native American culture and concerns.
5. To provide opportunity for the sale of Council Members' crafts, art, and other traditional handiwork to support the lives and interests of Native American People.
6. To work with local, State, and National organizations to provide enterprise to establish employment training and employment opportunities for Native American people. Promote Native American owned and operated business, services, manufacturing, or other industry.
7. To preserve and protect the People, animals, insects, plants, land, waters, and air of the ancestral lands of all Native American Peoples.
8. To collect and receive funds by way of gifts, contributions, grants, subscriptions, or other legal means consistent with the law and purposes of this organization as well as engage in other charitable purposes lawful in this State of New Hampshire.
9. To reach out and provide services as a clearing house for the dissemination of information and to promote a positive image relating to all Native American Peoples.
The New Hampshire Intertribal Native American Council is an alcohol and drug free Organization. (Illegal Drug use and alcohol consumption will not be tolerated during meetings, ceremonies, or any social activities Powwows, festivities, teachings etc~ sanctioned and/or organized by the New Hampshire Intertribal Native American Council.)
The New Hampshire Intertribal Native American Council does not represent any one particular Native American Nation. We are made up of many Nations, Tribes, Clans, and People whom reside in and around, the State of New Hampshire.