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Land Back NAICCO


We cannot express enough how grateful we are to everyone who has stepped up and helped bring Land Back NAICCO this far. Because of all you wonderful people out there, we are now on the cusp of reaching our $250,000 goal. Meaning, as of the end of August 2023, Land Back NAICCO has accrued an astonishing $244,370!

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To continue writing this new, successful, healing chapter in modern-day Native American history here in Ohio, please continue to stand with us in 2023 as we aspire to reach our goal of $250,000.

Campaign Phases


Having come this far, now nearing our goal of $250,000, we are starting to seriously look at properties in the Central Ohio area. We are hoping to identify and purchase land for NAICCO Nation in the foreseeable future—either in 2023 or 2024. Notably, our Land Back NAICCO campaign will continue to be advanced through two distinct phases:

PHASE #1 will focus on purchasing the land itself (20 acres or more).

PHASE #2 will focus on the development of that land.

What You Can Do


~ Donate land or get someone you know to donate land to NAICCO ~

~ Donate now by clicking on the “DONATE NOW!” button above or below ~

~ Bequeath assets to NAICCO ~

~ Share the Land Back NAICCO campaign with your friends, family, and other interested parties ~

~ Bring awareness to NAICCO and our mission work ~

~ Start a personal Land Back NAICCO fundraiser via Facebook ~

~ Start a personal Land Back NAICCO crowdfunding campaign; i.e., FundRazr, Fundly, GoFundMe, etc. ~

~ Use the hashtag #landbacknaicco in your social media posts ~

~ Tag your friends ~

If interested in making a significant contribution to Land Back NAICCO, please contact us directly at


To learn more about Land Back NAICCO read the following articles:

Sierra Club Magazine: “The Land Back Movement Takes Root in Ohio”

The Kenyon Collegian: “NAICCO seeks to purchase land for Native American community”

Our Native community here at NAICCO has told us on countless occasions that we need a space in Ohio that we can call ours… where we can gather and be ourselves; thus, to honor our past, thrive in the present, and walk proudly into the future. Needless to say, land will always be an essential piece to sustaining our legacy as Native People…

—Ty & Masami Smith, NAICCO Directors


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