BENEFITING: NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE ASSOCIATION
With unemployment rates on the reservations at 80%, most Native American families simply can’t afford the cost of clothing their children so desperately need to cope with the brutal South Dakota winters they endure.
That’s where NAHA’s “Winter Life-Guard” purchase orders come in. Because winter on the reservation begins much sooner than anywhere else in the “lower 48” states—and because it brings temperatures that can kill in a matter of minutes.
That’s why each year, with the support of our loyal donors, Native American Heritage Association pays for the “Winter Life-Guard” program for hundreds of Native American school-aged children in need.
Please make a tax-deductible donation to this program and help a Native American child or if you can, more than one child. By making a tax-deductible donation for this program, you not only provide warm clothing but you are making an investment in the future for a child to break the cycle of poverty on the Reservations.
Donate now towards a child’s future!!!
Also, we collect school supplies for the school children. We can always use pencils, pens, notebooks, paper, crayons, rulers, backpacks and any other items that children need for school. Make an investment in a child’s education.
You can ship all school supplies to:
Native American Heritage Association
12085 Quaal Rd.
Black Hawk, SD 57718
To save shipping costs, you can make a tax-deductible donation.