Author Archives: Helen Oliff
…Just $35 can provide a warm, new coat for an Indigenous child… Right along with you, Joshua Arce, our President & CEO, will match your #GivingTuesday donations up to $10,000.
Elevating Native Truths for Native American Heritage Month… Did you know the English did not even land on Plymouth Rock? The first recorded history of Plymouth Rock was not until 1715. That was some 95 years after the Mayflower landed in what was actually Cape Cod in 1620?
Native Americans have a long history of being misrepresented. So, as our CEO Joshua Arce says, “when a movie or show airs that tells our real stories, we do what we can to ensure it gets in front of as many people as possible.” In this case, it means sponsoring PBS’s Native America series to […]
October is National Arts & Humanities Month and a great time to take a look at some incredibly talented Native artists that have dedicated their life to their craft.
With North Texas Giving Day around the corner, we are reminded of the impact a strong community can have when everyone finds their passion, works together and gives with purpose. What are you passionate about?
Children heading back to school early this year will sport new clothes and backpacks, meet new teachers and learn new subjects. But one thing most kids won’t learn is real Native American history.
National Pet Hydration Awareness Month was started to ensure the safety of domestic animals, but hydration is a particular concern in the remote tribal communities PWNA serves.
On the heels of World Hunger Day I’m thinking about Indigenous health and food insecurity, which is a precursor to hunger. Native Americans pass down information through the generations by word of mouth. Elders teach community members how to prepare wild game and fish, forage for edible plants or use them for medicine, and how […]
In honor of National Space Day on May 5, PWNA celebrates the remarkable strides in the field of Space Exploration, Aeronautics and Aerospace made by those in the Native American community.