Author Archives: Rod Trahan

National Truck Driver Appreciation Week

It’s National Truck Driver Appreciation Week, and PWNA thanks the many drivers who make serving our program partners on remote tribal lands possible. We are proud of our drivers and know their commitment enables us to continue to be a reliable resource to our partners on the reservations.

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2018 Backpack Drive – Providing School Supplies and Hope to Native Students

Today, 35 percent of Native American children live below the poverty line, making it almost impossible for their families to shoulder the financial investment of back-to-school season. As a parent, what would you do when facing a choice between food and pencils? Backpacks or shoes?

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How to Prepare for a Disaster Before It Strikes

If you’ve never supported recovering Native communities, or disaster relief and emergency response here in the U.S., you have the opportunity to make a difference before the next emergency strikes.

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Donors Ask: Does Monthly Giving Make Sense for Me?

You might be a monthly donor if… you want less mail, less phone calls, more impact from your gifts, …

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