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Lower Village of Moencopi Elder and Youth Program

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Review for Partnership With Native Americans, Addison, TX, USA

Rating: 4 stars  

All the incentives I receive for the Elder/Youth Program is very well appreciated. They truly enjoy all the wonderful incentives, which helps aide my program for attendance. With the economy today, and the fact that everyone is on a limited income, the shampoo's, lotions, bodywash, toothbrush/toothpast, ect. do help out. The clothing, shoes, socks, hats, sunscreens, bottled water, etc., are very beneficial, also. All the arts & crafts and exercise equipment are enjoyed by everyone. I could go on and on, to say that the National Relief Charities Program is doing an excellent job benefiting the tribal members. They are very professional in their respective jobs. I commend each and everyone of them in their respective duties and responsibilties. Last, but not least, I truly appreciate the fact that they even remind me of my report due date (at my request), and when the merchandise is delivered, it is always with a smile!

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Role:  Volunteer
PWNA (Nonprofit Staff) wrote:

Thanks so much for your feedback. Customer service is very important to us and without partners like you, we could not assist the reservation communities. It's also important to us to help our partners increase participation and healthy behaviors they want to motivate. We are glad to be able to provide products that are basic necessities in order to help you do this. We appreciate your partnership and the work you do to keep all of your participants active and healthy and coming back. - NRC