Together we are working to end native homelessness
Native Works exists to better Seattle’s homeless Native American community. By crafting authentic jewelry, and in partnership with its parent organization, The Chief Seattle Club, Native Works honors native tradition while fostering a healthier native future. Each piece of jewelry is handmade by a local apprentice, and 100% of proceeds go directly to providing meals, mental healthcare, drug and alcohol counseling, housing referrals, legal consultation and more to those in need within Seattle’s native community.
You can follow us on our mission to end Native homelessness on Instagram and Facebook at @nativeworkscsc
Native Works Gift Sets
We've packaged our signature jewelry pieces into 3 beautiful gift sets. Since all of our products are handcrafted with love, quantities are limited, order yours today!Shop Gift Sets
Featured Product: Our "Home" Bracelet
The design on our “home” bracelet is a traditional basket design originating in the Coast Salish and Puget Sound regions. The design shows a plant growing up and out. This is representative of the life of a human being, growing up and growing out. The design also resembles a small structure, which is representative of home—not simply a physical home, but a greater sense of community that each of us is an important part of. We all grow up and out together, helping to support each other.
This season, give a gift that truly makes an impact.
Proud Seattle Made Member
Native Works by Chief Seattle Club is now a member of Seattle Made, who's mission is to grow and support a diverse ecosystem of urban manufacturers and producers that expand opportunities for local ownership and meaningful employment, build our region’s long-term resiliency, and celebrate Seattle’s unique cultural identity.