A Non-Profit Promoting the Continued Development of the Osage Reservation & the Communities Influenced by the Osage Nation
Osage Nation History
The vibrant history of the Osage is that of a proud, spiritual people who have weathered hardship to emerge as a leading force in Native America. Part of the Northern Plains tribes, the Osage were known for being bold warriors, skilled hunters and farmers, and preservers of family life.
The Osage of today, resonate their culture of long standing traditions by clinging to the lessons of their ancestors. The modern day Osage is educated, diverse and staunch to the fact that being Osage is their identity.
The Osage Nation Foundation is a non-profit organization that exists to promote the continued development of the Osage Reservation and the communities influenced by the Osage Nation.
Osage Nation Mission
The Osage Nation Foundation primarily works to promote and enhance the general welfare of the people of the Osage Nation by supporting cultural, educational, health, historical, community and other appropriate activities and programs. Our funding supports projects directly impacting and benefiting Osage Nation members, particularly artists and youth, in addition to causes and activities supporting the communities where Osage live and work.
Osage Featured Product
The Children of the Middle Waters Saddle Blanket is now available. Manufactured by Pendleton Blankets and designed specifically for Osage Foundation by Osages Chad Renfro and Addie Roanhorse. Each blanket includes a custom ONF leather tag.