The first Seminole Church was built 1936 on the edge of the Florida Everglades in Dania. There were 50 members in the congregation.
The Green Corn Dance is a ceremony for Seminole Tribal members that is held at a secluded location in Florida.
Betty Mae Jumper, the first female Chairwoman of the Seminole Tribe wrote ”With the Wagon Came God’s Word” sharing how the Native people learned the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Native American families suffer from food insecurity and hunger daily. Two of the poorest counties in America are on the Crow Creek and . Pine Ridge Reservations in South Dakota. NAHA, with the help of our generous donors, is committed to fighting hunger with emergency food supplies and basic life necessities. NAHA’s trucks leave our office every day with loads of nutritious food that will be delivered to Crow Creek, Lower Brule, Pine Ridge, Cheyenne River and Rosebud Reservations.
1 in 3 Navajo still don’t have a sink or a toilet. The Navajo Water Project brings clean, hot and cold running water to families across New Mexico, Utah and Arizona.
I takes us just 24 hours to bring clean, hot and cold running water to a navajo family — which is important, since more than 30% still don’t have a tap or toilet at home.
this year, help us raise $1,035,000 to bring running water by donating or shopping at their online store. https://www.navajowaterproject.org/shop
PWNA works with reservation Program Partners who identify the needs in their communities that we can help them address.
We provide goods and services to our partners and work with them to plan and implement distributions and activities in their communities. This brings immediate relief, addressing basic day-to-day needs and supporting sustainability projects in tribal communities.