Your Contribution Matters
Like you, PWNA cares about quality of life for Native Americans and respects their self-determined goals for their tribes. PWNA relies solely on monetary and in-kind donations from corporations, foundations, nonprofit collaborators and individual donors like you.
Your generous donations allow us to continue collaborating with our reservation partners, providing vital support for thousands of Native American Elders, families and children living in remote, isolated and impoverished reservation communities throughout the Northern Plains and Southwestern states.
Providing the right goods at the right time and in the right way
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We monitor program effectiveness and ensure that donations produce results. For more information call our Donor Relations Department at (800) 416-8102.
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Your generous donations allow us to work with our reservation partners to provide vital support for thousands of Native American children, Elders, and families living in reservation communities throughout the Northern Plains and Southwestern states. Choose the program you are most passionate about.
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Food insecurity affects the health of many American Indian children and Elders.
Your commitment is needed now.
Please make a monetary donation by credit card to support NPRA efforts to provide vital program services like our Breakfast-in-a-Bag program, you can do this online, through the mail, or by calling our Donor Relations Department at (800) 370-0872.
PWNA is a member of National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD), a national forum “where organizations share knowledge and resources throughout the disaster cycle” — preparation, disaster relief/response, recovery and mitigation — to support community readiness and navigation of disasters. The National VOAD coalition includes 50 of America’s most reputable organizations, 55 state/territory VOADS representing local and regional interests, and other members. PWNA is a first responder for the reservations, often acting in concert with the American Red Cross and other state or national VOAD members.