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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Food, Food Programs, Human Service Organizations, Human Services, Nutrition

Mission: Native American Heritage Association is a 501 (c) (3) non profit organizations dedicated to helping the Native American families in need living on the Sioux Reservations of South Dakota with food, clothing and other basic life necessities.

Target demographics: Native Americans living on the Reservations in South Dakota

Geographic areas served: South Dakota and Wyoming

Programs: Native American Heritage Association works with Feeding America and other organizations to obtain food to deliver to the Native American families in need on the Sioux Reservations of South Dakota.

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My name is iris campbell . I live on the fort peck indian reservation in northeat montana. Poverty is very high in our community. School is just around the corner and many children in my community ate in high need of school clothing ifor the children of my community. The first dau of school isnt such a happy memory if you are going to your first day in ragged over or undersized clothes. It breaks my heart to see many of these children walking to school in sockless tattered clothing. I have no school children of my own but i will go to rummage sales all the time and shop for good quality clothing and gove them to children who might need them. I can olny do so much. I would loke to request some help or direction to obtain much needed clothing, shoes and school supplies for the meedy native american children of my community of wolf point montana andvwould like to distribute them from WPCO building in our community. Please consider this request. It would be so lively to see these children in nice clothing and the upbeat smiles on their faces anxiously awaiting to arrive at their first day of school. Thank you very much for your time. Sincerely, Iris Campbell concerned for the needy children of my community.