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Back to School: Morongo Band Outfits 800 Low-Income Kids With Shoes, Stuffed Backpacks
Thanks to the Morongo Tribe and a golf tournament, 800 low-income children are fully kitted out with new shoes, plus backpacks of school supplies to jump-start their semester in th...
12 Ways to Make Your Holiday Donations Count
For several years, I organized drives through Changing Winds Advocacy Center , a nonprofit Native American civil rights and education organization...
Winnipeg Woman Feeds Homeless Despite Her Poverty
A Native Winnipeg woman who prepares meals of bannock and soup and distributes clothes for the homeless needs a little help this holiday season...
Morongo Tribe Donates 10,000 Turkeys for Thanksgiving to Those in Need
The Morongo Band of Mission Indians began distributing 10,000 donated turkeys on Monday to charities and churches that will provide an estimated 150,000 Thanksgiving meals to famil...
First Nations Fisherman Donates 500 Sockeye to Vancouver Homeless
Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside is known as one of the poorest areas of one of British Columbia’s best-known cities, its reputation one of forgotten souls...
Vian Peace Center Gets Support in Helping Local Residents
Cherokee Nation Release
VIAN, Oklahoma—Vian Peace Center may help fulfill the needs of Sequoyah County residents, but the local community center recently found itself on the receiving end of generosity as...
A Trial of Tears and Joy: 4,700-Mile Cancer-Fighting Bike Trek Nears End for Chickasaw
Tony Choate, Chickasaw Nation
VANCOUVER, British Columbia—Cancer’s ultimate victory came calling just when a 20-year-old Chickasaw woman was waging war to defeat it...
Morongo’s 2014 Golf Tournament Raises $60,000 for Charity
Nearly 375 golfers took to the links at the Morongo Golf Club at Tukwet Canyon in Cabazon, California, for the yearly event, which has collected more than $1 million since 1997 for...
Be Wary When Giving: There Are Some Rotten Indian Charities
Dr. Dean Chavers
As the director of a national nonprofit organization serving Indian people, I know how hard it is to meet expectations of the people who evaluate us...
Comedian Charlie Hill Is Fighting Cancer and Needs Your Help
You'd be hard pressed to find a Native standup comic who doesn't cite Charlie Hill as an influence. Now the humorist and actor is reaching out...
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