November 20, 2012
I came across this non-profit charity just a couple of months ago while browsing the internet. Being very interested in history and the First Nations, it was a natural thing for me to click on ONE Spirit's website. It is amazing how many projects ONE Spirit stands for; and all of them help the Lakota People in different ways. I had begun as a donor of food and clothes requested for by the OKINI program, with OKINI standing for sharing amongst people. All donations sent arrived at the requestor - also monetary donations made via the ONE Spirit website arrive in full, and not a dime is taken off the amount for admin or other costs. I can only recommend this non-profit charity to the max, their program really deserves cudos. By now my family and I are sponsors of two elders of the Oglala Sioux, we keep in touch regularly, and they also are very satisfied on how ONE Spirit helps the tribe help themselves with introducing several youth programs such as the Crazy Horse Youth Ride and the Youth Center, or partaking in the New York City marathon which was canceled after Sandy - however, the Lakota runners did not just return home but helped moving the debris - now they are true warriors. ONE Spirit simply rocks!!!
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