Author Archives: Rafael Tapia, Jr.
Poverty is a common circumstance for many Native American families and impacts 33 percent of Native American children. A nourishing breakfast is critical
PWNA’s animal welfare partners rescue, spay, neuter and vaccinate animals in need and bring humane and healthy solutions to overpopulation on the reservations.
If you’re a Native American student or know of a deserving applicant, we encourage you to learn more by reviewing our scholarship applications.
PWNA supports the Holiday season for our partners across the Southwest and Northern Plains reservations. This year, through PWNA Holiday Services, we are providing:
Native Americans place deep meaning in their ceremonial dress, with each and every bead holding significance. Halloween costumes are often caricatures of Native American dress.
“Let us put our minds together to see what we can build for our children,” urged Chief Sitting Bull. It is a common goal of parents – to provide a ‘better’ life for their children, with less hardship and more opportunity. Unfortunately, Native American youth face many obstacles to realize success in our modern society, […]
Many Native Americans living in the remote tribal communities PWNA serves struggle with unsafe drinking water daily.
When you think of the welfare of Native Americans in our country, what needs come to mind? Food, housing, capacity building – those are all needs and ones that our organization addresses. How about veterinary services and animal overpopulation? Sounds a little bit out of left field, but it is in fact an important and […]