Tag Archives: American Red Cross
2019 Year in Review
We look forward to continuing our purpose of championing a brighter future for Native American communities in 2020. For now, hereâ€™s a recap of our readersâ€™ favorite blog posts of 2019.
Posted in Older Archives_Grants, Older Archives_Humanitarian, Older Archives_Programs Also tagged Native American, Newman's Own Foundation, Wes Studi, food sovereignty, World Water Day, emergency preparedness, Margaret A Cargill Philanthropies, Indigenous Peoples Day. Navajo Code Talkers Day. Climate Change. Leave a comment
Emergency Preparedness: A Community-based Response
In addition to â€œdisasterâ€ events, PWNA responds to smaller emergencies that are disruptive to local communities. Over the past decade, PWNA responded to more than 55 disasters impacting Native American communities, with our aid benefiting 620,000 people.
Posted in Older Archives_Humanitarian Also tagged first responder, Pine Ridge, tribes, emergency preparedness, Walmart Foundation, Lumbee, Bad River, Houma, VOAD, Cheyenne River, Native American, disaster relief Leave a comment
Assayii Lake Fire: Over but Ongoing
National Relief Charities responded to the needs of the Assayii Lake fire on the Navajo reservation.
Posted in Older Archives_Humanitarian, Older Archives_Programs Also tagged emergency management, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Navajo Nation, Emergency Relief, Assayii Lake fire, Window Rock, Native American, National Relief Charities, Tohatchi, Sheep Springs, Crystal, Newcomb, Naschitti, American Indian 1 Comment