Southwest Reservation Aid™

Up to 43 percent of Native American children live in poverty and 29 percent of employed Native Americans live below poverty level.

The Southwest Reservation Aid™ (SWRA) program, formerly named the Council of Indian Nations, provides food, water, health products and emergency relief services for Native American Elders, families and children in need living on reservations in the Southwest.

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SWRA Gift Center:
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Food insecurity affects the health of many American Indian children and Elders. Your commitment is needed now. Learn More

 

Zuni mealtime

The art projects were carefully set aside, the food was carefully placed on plates and served to the Elders.


Mary & Turkey

Mary has lived in Tohatchi all her life. She left for only a brief period to attend boarding school off the reservation.

Alonzo

Alonzo, volunteer installer, completed most of the homes prior to our visit in late October.

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The holiday season is a time of joyous celebrations filled with food, friends, and presents for millions — but not so for many Native Americans.

Remembering Native American children and Elders will have a lasting impact that goes far beyond the holidays.

Shop and give a virtual holiday gift of hope to a Native child or Elder this season!

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Infographic

Myths abound about Native Americans. Do you know the facts? Download this infographic to learn more and share.

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