Celebrate the Season of Giving

As we begin to embark on our holiday celebrations and look toward the new year, it’s important to remember that the need for charitable donations is constant, not seasonal. That said, nonprofit organizations rely heavily on the donations made during the holiday season as these contributions generally account for a significant portion of their annual charitable revenue. For donors, this is also the last opportunity to donate before the end of the calendar year if you’re planning to claim your charitable deductions on your tax returns.

With the help of your gifts so far, PWNA has been able to aid reservation communities in need throughout the Northern Plains and Southwest all year long. For the holidays, more than 18,000 children and nearly 10,000 Elders will be receiving stockings filled with essentials, making their holidays a little brighter. An equally vital holiday need being filled are the more than 1,700 holiday meals that will be provided to Native American communities with the help of our program partners. These are only a few of the special holiday moments made possible with the help of year-round and year-end contributions to PWNA and our programs.

In the spirit of the season, we hope you’ll remember the critical needs of those living in remote, geographically-isolated Native communities, not only during the holidays but all year long. Your support allows us to continue our work improving the lives of Native Americans and allows you to be among those who fund the one percent of all charitable giving that goes to support Native causes.

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