Bahamas Cruise to Benefit Native American Heritage Association
What does a 4-night cruise to the Bahamas have to do with Native American families on the reservations of South Dakota? Thanks to The Native American Heritage Association (NAHA), the answer is financial support.
The NAHA, a charitable non-profit that serves Native American families on South Dakota's reservations. It was started in 1993 by David G. Myers after a visit to the reservations in the state. The mission was to help the families on the Crow Creek, Lower Brule, Pine Ridge and Rosebud Reservations with basic necessities such as food, clothing, heating assistance and self-help programs. In 2010, the NAHA delivered 3,183,475 pounds of food and 286,308 pounds of clothing to the reservations. For the 7th consecutive year, the NAHA received the 4-star charity rating from CharityNavigator.org, owing to the fact that 94% of their revenue goes towards their charity program.
This new venture, with event cruise outfit Landry & Kling, is the Rock Legends Cruise. The 4-night Bahamas cruise will depart on December 1, 2011, and will feature ZZ Top, George Thorogood and the Destroyers and Foghat. Proceeds will benefit the NAHA.
This rock cruise will feature 18 bands performing in 4 different venues aboard Royal Caribbean’s Liberty of the Seas, a 3,200 passenger ship, one of the largest cruise ships in the world.
The Rock Legends Cruise will sail roundtrip from Fort Lauderdale, FL, December 1-5, 2011, to Nassau and Coco Cay, Bahamas.
For more information and to book your cabin, visit http://rocklegendscruise.com. For professional travel agent bookings, call NAHA directly at 540-636-1020.