March 2016 Newsletter

We have been working hard distributing product to the Reservations. We have acquired Wal-Mart truckloads that consisted of diapers, paper products, tools, toys, bedding, etc. We were also able to get tile and hard wood flooring that will be used to replace old, deteriorating floors in the homes of Native Americans. As always, none of […]

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February 2016 Newsletter

This is the toughest time for Native Americans living on the Reservations in South Dakota. On top of struggling to have food on their table, a bed to sleep in at night and many more obstacles, they now have to worry about keeping warm throughout the brutal winter, which can last up until May. Most […]

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November 2015 Newsletter

Here in the next few weeks we will be delivering turkeys to the Reservations for Thanksgiving.  Donations are still coming in but it looks like we will be able to deliver the 1500 turkeys we had hoped on distributing. Once again this would not have been possible without our generous donors like you. We have […]

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October 2015 Newsletter

The holidays are coming and here at NAHA we have been working hard to make sure the Native Americans have food on their tables, proper clothing and heat in their homes. We just distributed a truckload of apples, potatoes, onions and baby food to the Reservations. What great and nutritious loads we were able to […]

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September 2015 Newsletter

This month has been extremely busy for NAHA. Our trucks have been running non-stop delivering truckloads of Tempur-Pedic mattresses to the Reservations, including Northern Arapaho and the Eastern Shoshone tribes in Wyoming. We were able to provide the Wal-Mart clothing vouchers to the parents of children who were starting school. The parents purchased jackets, pants, […]

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NAHA receives our 11th 4-star rating from Charity Navigator

We just received our 11th 4-star rating from Charity Navigator for our sound fiscal management and commitment to accountability and transparency. “This “exceptional” designation from Charity Navigator differentiates Native American Heritage Association from its peers and demonstrates to the public it is worthy of their trust” – John P. Dugan, Founder and Chairman of the […]

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August 2015 Newsletter

We are happy to announce that we have been rated a 4-star charity for our 11th year. Charity Navigator has rated us as a 4-star charity for our 11th year for sound fiscal management and commitment to accountability and transparency. 95% of our budget goes towards our program services. You may visit www.charitynavigator.org for more […]

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July 2015 Newsletter

With the acquirement of excellent loads we are able to provide the necessities to families on the Reservations. We have provided families with new furniture, office furniture and an abundance of hardware for the housing departments on all the Reservations. We have been able to provide bathtubs to homes that did not have any. Brand […]

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Pine Ridge Reservation just held a Youthstock2015

Pine Ridge Reservation just held a Youthstock2015 back in the beginning of this month (May 2015) to bring awareness to high teen suicide rates. We were able to provide several pallets of shampoo, soap, makeup, etc. for the giveaways they had at the event. It was two days of free music entertainment, food, physical activities, […]

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May 2015 Newsletter

Did you know Native teens experience the highest rate of suicide of any population group in the US? The Oglala Sioux Tribe Child Care agreed that “We have to do something to help these kids want to live.” Just last week they held a Youthstock 2015 on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. The […]

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