90,000 Native Americans are homeless or live in unsafe and sub-standard housing, and 23 percent of Native families live with low food security.
The Northern Plains Reservation Aid™ (NPRA) Program provides food, water, health products and emergency relief services for Native American Elders, families and children in need living on reservations in the Northern Plains.
Fenton's home was exposed to all the elements the Northern Plains brought — a makeshift wind deflector on his front door was clearly visible.
Philomene left at 4:30am, three days a week to go to a clinic near the main hospital that served the Rosebud Reservation. She didn’t have to travel as far as some patients, but the process took a lot out of her.
Rena is part of the Breakfast-in-a-Bag program. Instead of the normal groceries, the participants receive special items for the holiday to help them enjoy a good meal with family and friends.
Ruby’s experience (and her generous spirit) is the perfect illustration of why “Project Grow” is one of the most effective self-help initiatives in “Indian Country.”
Gardens mean exercise, gardens mean young and old working together, gardens mean stronger communities — and most importantly, gardens mean food. Thank you for helping to make this happen!Watch Video & Donate
Myths abound about Native Americans. Do you know the facts? Download this infographic to learn more and share.