National Relief Charities receives thank you notes from the programs they support for the Holidays.
National Relief Charities sends a holiday stocking to each of the AIEF scholars and their children under 10 years old each holiday season to help them feel connected while at college.
National Relief Charities will provide 54,578 children’s stockings, elder gifts, and meals this Holiday season to help increase the joy of the season for many Native Americans.
The top 10 reasons to give to National Relief Charities this #GivingTuesday.
Please remember the Native Americans during GivingTuesday this December 3rd.
Posted in Humanitarian Tagged #GivingTuesday, American Indian, Black Friday, charity, Cyber Monday, donation, Giving Tuesday, holiday gift, National Relief Charities, Native American, Third World
National Relief Charities supports the Native Americans during Thanksgiving with meals and opportunities for positive change in their communities.
National Relief Charities funds college scholarships for Native American students every year.
Helen examines the sensitive issue that Native American people are not a Halloween costume.
Andrew reflects on the used of the words American Indian, Native American and Indian.
South Dakota was the first state to recognize Native American Day instead of Columbus Day — sending a significant message to all, and remembering Native American leaders who contributed to the history of the state. Columbus is a nice story; he sails the ocean blue and finds a land rich in natural resources and friendly brown people.