Kana Samurai Foundation

Protecting, Preserving and Honoring Indigenous People, Cultures and Land

Our Mission

Kana Samurai Foundation is a 501(c)-3 nonprofit dedicated to protecting, preserving and honoring indigenous people, cultures and land. We are a bridge of brotherhood between the modern world and the ancestral wisdom of the native tribes throughout the American continent. Our work represents an opportunity of reciprocal healing and understanding that we so dearly need to restore the balance in our lives and the lives of others.

We need your support to continue the amazing journey that began over a decade ago to secure urgent food and shelter, education, and empowerment to frontline communities around the world.

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Our Mission

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Our mission is to honor, preserve and protect the Amazon rainforest and indigenous cultures by providing goods, educational tools, and direct services to frontline communities in a spirit of compassion, reciprocity and gratitude. This work also provides a crucial bridge between the modern and ancient world, bringing the tribes’ traditional wisdom and solutions to heal our world.

About Kana Samurai Foundation

We came into contact with the Noke Koi 15 years ago. It instantly became clear that they were in dire need of support. The situation was very difficult and only worsening for the 163 families divided into 16 villages that comprise the Noke Koi Nation. Action needed to be taken immediately.


Our Projects

Food Security & Sustainability

Housing & 

Education & Cultural Preservation


A Bridge Between Worlds

Nils Palsson
Nils Palsson

“I’m a 37-year-old father, teacher and community organizer living in Northern California, and I would like to share my firsthand experience with the transformational work and far-reaching impact that the Kana Samurai Foundation is accomplishing.”

Nils Palsson

Father, Author, Educator, Community Organizer