Author Archives: Helen Oliff
Only some charities are approved to participate in the CFC (Combined Federal Campaign).
Access to food and water is a basic human right. Unfortunately, 1 in 9 people are food insecure in the U.S. More specifically, 1 in 4 Native Americans are food insecure.
…PWNA aids Elders by distributing summer care packages that are often sponsored by individual donors. These emergency care packages… help Elders when the inevitable fire, storm or extreme heat wave strikes.
In an effort to ensure Elders are not without food, Breakfast-in-a-Bag is a service that PWNA offers to eligible Elders on the Rosebud Indian Reservation in South Dakota.
Great.com interviewed Partnership With Native Americans. as part of their “Great.com Talks With…” podcast series, an antidote to negative news stories that aims to shed light on organizations and experts whose work is making a positive impact on the world.
We recently caught up with Mike Benavidez, coordinator of the Pisinemo District Elderly Program of the Tohono O’odham Nation, who shared about their senior services and how PWNA helps.
Many people see a college education as the path to achieving the ‘American dream’ – unfortunately, having the motivation and the academic intelligence to attend college is often not enough.
April is National Minority Health Month, a time to raise awareness of the important health issues disproportionately affecting BIPOC in the United States.
While most urban homes across American have running water, the same cannot be said for many homes on remote reservations throughout Indian Country.
Project Grow, a service of PWNA’s Northern Plains Reservation Aid (NPRA) program, provides seeds, tools and tilling to support individual and community gardens in reservation communities.