Indigenous Unity Foundation

Indigenous Unity Foundation

A Non-State Foundation of Globcal International

The Indigenous Unity Foundation is a Belize International Foundation in formation offshore to maintain its neutrality as a sovereign body and independent legal entity that does not belong to any government, nation, state or body politic. Our neutral unaligned non-state position is important as a mediator in governmental and sovereign state affairs.

In the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) our foundation is recognized as a benign non-state actor, private charitable foundation and international non-governmental organization operating under the umbrella of Globcal International as a cooperative member fostering and promoting global citizenship. All business performed with the foundation is done understanding simply commerce, private international and admiralty maritime law.


Our foundation is responsible for funding programs that protect indigeneity, the territories of indigenous peoples, indigenous rights and the environment. We provide grants, scholarships, and develop programs around fortifying and preserving native indigenous art, cultures, languages, traditions and ways of life. Our international sponsors and parent organization provide accountability, direction and operational support for the integrity of the foundation.

Planned projects from 2020-2030 include the collection of donated personal property and acquisition of public surplus in North America for reuse in sustainable development projects involving educational, environmental, municipal and transportation infrastructures for indigenous villages in Central and South America.

Indigenous Product Sales

Fundraising and the collection of discretionary funding has changed over the past decade. While we still enjoy receiving gifts like endowments, patronages and supporting sponsorships with corporate support for large projects and missions; individual support remains our primary economic resource because we are founded by people that want to make change and demonstrate their big hearts. Today, individual donors and patrons expect and deserve a grateful acknowledged exchange for their support in the form of awards, certificates, gifts and tokens of our appreciation which has led us to develop a catalog made by the foundation and its members one page and one product at a time from around the world.

In 2020, our seventh year since the flag was developed, we shall begin the introduction of an exclusive program with our sponsors and founders involving the sale and distribution of products that are made by native indigenous peoples living in their cultural enclaves. The program is co-opted by the Ecology Crossroads and the Pan-American Foundation (Fundacion Panamericana) in South America through Globcal International. Many of the products we offer and present are exclusive and are accompanied by a certificate of authenticity issued by Globcal International, signed by one of their ambassadors and placed on the UNESCO register.

Donations to the Foundation

Please use this link or the button here on our page to support our efforts with a donation. You can donate using any major credit and do not need a PayPal account.

We need all the donation funding we can find, all donors are graciously contacted by our directors with a personal thank you note. Larger donations of $500 or more are acknowledged on the Internet ands in news articles.

All donations are received by Ecology Crossroads Cooperative Foundation which provides transparent accountability with a fiduciary trust fund. By making a donation here your receipt will state "Indigenous Unity Foundation" in the purpose statement for the donation.

As a donation it can be declared or deducted from your federal or state income tax if you are a US resident. Non-US residents may also qualify for income tax deductions for international programs we promote.


Anyone can be a supporting member of the Indigenous Unity Foundation online by making an annual donation of $25 or more and your name will be listed in our cumulative membership roster which will be published on a private page beginning in 2020.

If you are interested in becoming a social media advocate, demonstrator, goodwill ambassador or promoting an indigenous cause this is another process, all of our officers and directors are members of Globcal International which provides development, continuing education and training for our project. More information about their membership program is located on their website.