My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Native American Heritage Association, Rapid City, SD, USA
I received a letter in the mail from NAHA requesting donations. They tell the very compelling story of Sara Swift Hawk. According to this Thomas Congressional record, she died in 1999 http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/z?r106:S25FE9-0020:
It seemed a little strange to not have any more up to date information. Then I went to the website and there has been no news entered for the entire year of 2012.
I also tried to find information about the CEO salary but only saw this article on charities taking advantage of Native Americans http://www.colorlines.com/archives/2000/12/charity_scams_making_big_business_out_of_native_american_poverty.html
Does anyone know what's going on with this Charity?
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?
The letter you received was an older news story. However, it does not change the necessities of those that still do not have heat or warm clothing during the winter months. The needs are still very much real. Our financial information can be found http://www.naha-inc.org/naha/financial-accountability/. As for the article you are referring, we are not affiliated with any other organizations and never have been.