St. Joseph's Indian School

Rating: 2.43 stars   30 reviews

Address:

1301 N. Main St PO Box 89 Chamberlain SD 57325 USA

Mission:

St. Joseph's Indian School partners with Native American children and families to educate for life - mind, body, heart and spirit.

Target demographics:

Native American children and families

Direct beneficiaries per year:

220 Native American children

Geographic areas served:

South Dakota

Programs:

Residential Care including Food and Clothing, Education, Counseling, Medical Care, College Scholarships

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1-800-341-2235
http://www.stjo.org

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Wildflower Seeds's Review for St. Joseph's Indian School

Rating: 5 stars  

35 people found this review helpful

I have been a supporter of St. Joseph's Indian School for 3 years now; I always receive a thank you for my donation, along with updates on the children, and the community. I receive invitations to important functions in SD as well as MD and greetings throughout the year. They really make you feel as though you are truly making a difference for them. USPS has different sized shipping boxes for one price, I frequently send items to SD that are easily purchased at your local value store like individual hygiene items, blankets, sheets, clothes, toys, etc. etc.. I am a thrifty shopper and many have been the times that I have found name brand clearance items; at high end stores to fill a box. If you truly want to feel as though you are making a difference in a child’s life or a community; St. Joseph’s Indian School is the place for you!

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I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

Gratefulness, and appreciation; with feedback from the children.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Supply them with enough to counsel more of the community, and Nation.

 
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