Author Archives: Robbi Rice Dietrich
PWNA is partnership with award-winning actor Wes Studi. Here is a sneak peak of our new PSA series developed with Wes around the widely held misconceptions related to Native American people, history and funding.
As part of our annual Backpack Drive, we hope to equip more than 20,000 Native American students with the school supplies they need to feel confident in the classroom.
From all of us at PWNA, weâ€™d like to wish you â€“ our program partners, community project leaders, volunteers, donors and organizations who support our work â€“ a happy holiday season. You help us brighten the holidays for tribal citizens and enable us to be one of the largest Native American-serving organizations in the U.S.
Learn more from our CEO about Partnership With Native Americans, our biggest challenge, and our direction over the next 5-10 years.
For PWNA, developing emerging leaders who want to make a greater impact on the reservations is an integral part of building strong, self-sufficient Native American communities.
With donations made from Nov. 21 to Nov. 28, you can help PWNA fight food insecurity and brighten the holidays for Native American Elders. Visit CrowdRise now for GivingTuesday 2017.
The support of the Walmart Foundation ensures that PWNA will continue to have an impact in remote Native American communities around the country.
PWNA’s support aims at immediate needs and long-term solutions, addressing nutrition, education, health and holiday support, emergency services and animal welfare. Read the full annual report and check out the back page to learn about our cover art.
Like this 99-year-old Native American grandmother, many other Elders also need winter fuel assistance. You can help us warm up their winters and keep them safe from winter risk by donating to PWNAâ€™s Winter Warmth Drive today.
PWNAâ€™s staff, Board of Directors and partners are aligned around a mission that respects the self-determined goals and rights of tribes, as we listen and learn about the solutions that are working in their communities.