Our work of Rematriation, returning Indigenous land to Indigenous people, is only possible with your support.
Our staff is on the land every day, cultivating food and Native plants, making medicine, growing our community. Please support Indigenous resilience on Lisjan Ohlone land by making a contribution today. As a 501(c)3 organization, your donation to Sogorea Te’ is tax deductible to the fullest extent allowable by law.
Contributions can be made online or by sending us a check.
Please make checks payable to the
Sogorea Te’ Land Trust
PO Box 6758 Oakland, CA 94603
If your contribution is your Shuumi Land Tax, please write “Shuumi Land Tax” in the Memo.
Please consider sustaining our work by making a recurring contribution and click the box below. Recurring contributions can be made monthly or annually.
If you live in Lisjan Ohlone territory (the greater East Bay), click here to calculate your Shuumi Land Tax.
- Office and youth room Furniture
- Portable Bluetooth radio/ speakers
- Portable mic/speakers
- Picnic table
- Outdoor furniture (metal or wood preferred)
Land and Resilience Projects
- Native and medicinal plant starts
- Solar panels
- Solar inverter
- Solar powered outdoor lights
- Solar powered device charger
- Solar powered radio
- Solar powered stuff generally
- Ham radio – Any equipment and/or expertise
- High quality, good working condition power tools
- Food Grade water tanks 100+ gallons (ideally 500+gallons)
- Building Supplies
Buy something from REI for us or donate your member points towards our wishlist.
Documentation and Media
- DSLR or digital quality digital camera and/or video camera
- Macbook Pro laptops
- Mac desktops
Electric or hybrid vehicle of any kind!*
Please contact us if you have a good condition working vehicle you want to donate! Truck and passenger van especially.
*will consider non-electric vehicle too!
We need housing for Indigenous people.
We are accepting referrals for free or discount rentals in the East Bay, spaces that could be turned into an apartments by our crew, long term leases for land we could put a tiny house on, anything below market rate.
We are on Indigenous land and Indigenous people are still here.
If you have access to land and wealth, consider your place in the lineage of this theft and how you might contribute to its healing, how you might reimagine your relationship to the land you are on. Read More Here.
Donate Something Else
Do you have something else you would like to contribute? Let us know! info (@) rematriatetheland . org