Author Archives: Kelly Gibson
We have written recently about NRC’s work with Native communities around the holidays. Now that tens of thousands of Christmas stockings and holiday meals have placed, we are taking a breather to reflect on what has been accomplished and learned in 2014. We are pleased and humbled that hundreds of partner agencies on reservations asked […]
Inspiring a belief in a brighter future and shining a light on a path to change is no small undertaking but one Native American celebrity has taken it on: Chaske Spencer. Lakota Sioux, Chaske Spencer (pronounced Chess-kay) was born in Oklahoma and grew up on reservations in Montana and Idaho. Breaking the mold by being […]
PWNA provides Native Americans with Thanksgiving meals and opportunities for positive change in their communities.
Not every singer has a voice for blending her upbringing with an echo of mountain holler and values distilled in the South since before America was founded, but one does: Martha Redbone. Raised on Appalachian folk music and Piedmont blues, Martha Redbone grew up on Clinch Mountain (in Virginia), in Harlan County, KY and in […]
National Relief Charities is proud to participate in the Feinstein Annual $1M Giveaway and Campaign to End Hunger.
National Relief Charities has been recognized for the third year in a row to be a Top-Rated Nonprofit by Great Nonprofits.
National Relief Charities will provide 54,578 children’s stockings, elder gifts, and meals this Holiday season to help increase the joy of the season for many Native Americans.
The Yuwehloo Pahki Village elders have recently received a new Senior Activities Trailer through the help of National Relief Charities, S.L. Gimbel Foundation and H.O.M.E. Foundation.
Kelly discusses the ways that people can help the Native American people and address the problems that they face.
In an effort to improve the nutritional health of children in America, NRC has developed Rez Survival Kits for the children of the Native American reservations.