Winter Warmth Drive

Harsh winters in the Northern Plains bring bitter cold, severe wind chills and damaging storms that often lead to power outages, water outages or water contamination, and displacement of Elders, families and children.

Last year, we were honored to help Hilda, a 99-year-old Native American Elder and grandmother living in the Fort Thompson community on the Crow Creek Reservation in South Dakota. Hilda received a winter fuel voucher through Northern Plains Reservation Aid (NPRA), a program of Partnership With Native Americans (PWNA).

But, so many other elders need winter fuel assistance too. Would you like to know how you can get involved?

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PWNA Has Been Serving Native Americans For Over 25 Years.

Why It Matters

About 90,000 American Indian families are homeless or under-housed. Only 13% of American Indians have a college degree. Reservation jobs are limited. American Indians have the highest food insecurity in the U.S.

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How To Help

Donations from people like you allow us to work with more than 1,000 reservation partners to provide vital support to thousands of Native American Elders, families and children each year.

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PWNA Impact Outcomes

250,000 Native people are served annually
PWNA works with 60 tribes