2019 Year in Review
As the New Year approaches, we’re pausing to reflect on this past year at Partnership With Native Americans (PWNA). In 2019, we continued to be resilient, despite the evolving impact of the tax law change on nationwide giving and the fact that less than one penny of every dollar donated in the U.S. supports Native causes. Regardless, we continued to serve people living in remote reservation communities and remained committed to improving nutrition, education, emergency response and capacity building in Indian country.
We look forward to continuing our purpose of championing a brighter future for Native American communities in 2020. For now, here’s a recap of our readers’ favorite blog posts of 2019:
- The Legend of the Full Sturgeon Moon
- Dream Catchers in Native Cultures
- The Significance of Feathers in Native Cultures
- Climate Change: It’s Impact on Indigenous People and Their Fight Against It
- National Homemade Bread Day and the History of Fry Bread
- Recognizing Indigenous People’s Day
- Martin Luther King and Native American Rights
- History and Significance of the Pueblo Revolt of 1690
- Honoring Native Veterans on National Navajo Code Talkers Day
- World Water Day: Water Scarcity for Indigenous Peoples
We’d also like to remind you that nonprofit organizations rely heavily on donations made this time of year. If you’re thinking of making one last tax-deductible donation today (postmarked by midnight), we hope you will contribute to PWNA so that we may continue our life-changing work with Native Americans in the new decade.