Tag Archives: TOMS

Back to School with TOMS and Bombas

For 2018, families will spend an average $684.79 on school supplies, backpacks, clothing and other back to school items for each child. The realization of this expense for even one student makes the school supplies provided by PWNA and its American Indian Education Fund (AIEF) program all the more imperative for children on the reservations.

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Native Americans Giving Back: Graham Greene

Not every Native American is sought out for Indian roles, mainstream movie roles and cable TV roles, or recognized for all and awarded for most, but here’s one who is: Graham Greene. Born in 1952 on Six Nations reserve #40 in Oshweken, Ontario, Canada, Graham Greene is Oneida. His reservation, formally known as the Six Nations […]

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Walk a Mile NOT in My Shoes

National Relief Charities encourages everyone to participate in the One Day without Shoes Barefoot Challenge.

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TOMS Shoes: Remembering Native Americans

NRC and TOMS Shoes were able to provide a new pair of shoes to the youth on the Native American reservations addressing the need for shoes as well as the need to not be “left behind.”

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