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Inter Tribal Sports welcomes opportunities to partner and collaborate with other organizations that share our goals and objectives to create healthy and vibrant tribal communities. We firmly believe that working together leads to exponentially greater impacts. Whether it is a joint effort in putting on a community event, a formal agreement to work together on a grant project, or simply lending expertise or advice in a particular subject manner, ITS is committed to building strong and mutually beneficial relationships with local, regional, and national organizations.

National Partnerships

 Let’s Move! in Indian Country

In 2011, we officially joined First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move! in Indian Country initiative.  Our commitments to the initiative include:

  • Implement a new younger age division to introduce youth to sports at a younger age, with an emphasis on encouraging continued participation in organized sports. 
  • Provide outreach to schools and after school tutoring programs on Indian reservations within the service area by providing a physical activity assembly.
  • Increase overall participation in youth sports leagues by 10% during the next year. 
  • Establish a Nutrition Sub-Committee within our board of directors that will promote healthy food choices and help ensure that vendors and menu options at ITS events meet reasonable nutrition standards.

Notah Begay, III Foundation 
In October 2011 ITS established a formal partnership with Notah Begay, III Foundation.  ITS and the NB3 Foundation have committed to work together to combat the obesity and diabetes epidemics through evidence-based youth soccer and golf programming.

Local Partners

 Legacy Laces
Legacy Laces believes that having the opportunity to play team sports can change lives. Their mission is to get gear into the hands of kids who are sidelined or struggling to stay involved. They accomplish this goal by providing new, gently used, outgrown and/or excess sports equipment they receive from their generous donors to underprivileged kids lacking the resources necessary to participate in team sports.

  California Indian Cultural and Sovereignty Center 

The CICSC fosters collaborative research and community service relationships between the faculty, staff, and  students of CSU San Marcos and members of local Tribal communities, for the purpose of developing and  conducting research  projects that support the maintenance of sovereignty and culture within those  communities.


 San Diego American Indian Health Center 
The Mission of SDAIHC is to promote excellence in health care with respect to custom and tradition. Our  goal is to reduce the  significant health disparities of San Diego’s urban American Indian population by  increasing access to care and improving the  quality of that care, resulting in increased life expectancy and  improved quality of life.

 Riverside - San Bernadino County Indian Health  

RSBCIHI is to provide culturally sensitive healthcare, respect, and abide by the traditional customs of our Indian Communities, and promote wellness and provide early intervention to achieve healthy lifestyles. The Board of Directors and Staff working hand-in-hand with the Indian communities will create a healthy environment to achieve this mission.


 American Diabetes Association

ITS partners with the American Diabetes Association’s and their “Awakening the Spirit” program, specifically targeted at Native  Americans, to provide resources and outreach to the communities we serve. ITS works with ADA to create awareness, conduct health fairs, health screenings, and other community outreach efforts.


 Indian Health Council, Inc.

IHC is a consortium of nine tribes dedicated to the continual betterment of Indian Health,  wholeness, and well-being. With a main facility located adjacent to the Rincon reservation in Pauma Valley and the Santa Ysabel Community Health Center located on the Santa Ysabel Reservation, IHC provides a full spectrum of on-site and  outreach services and programs to the North San Diego County reservations of Inaja-Cosmit, La Jolla, Los Coyotes, Mesa Grande, Pala, Pauma, Rincon, San Pasqual, and Santa Ysabel.


Southern Indian Health Council, Inc.
Southern Indian Health Council, Inc. is committed to protecting and improving the physical, mental, and spiritual heath of our American Indian community. We provide a comprehensive range of professional health care and social services in a manner respectful of Indian values and traditions.


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