Top-Rated Nonprofit: 3 Years in a Row

Logo - GNP 2013 low res for webNational Relief Charities is humbled to be recognized by Great Nonprofits as a Top-Rated Nonprofit three years in a row. This designation has helped us gain more visibility and get the word out about the needs of the people we serve in Indian country.

We are grateful for the many positive reviews shared on Great Nonprofits by our donors, reservation program partners, gift-in-kind supporters, vendors and other charity collaborators. Like all of us at NRC, they take to heart the important work we do on the reservations 365 days a year. With so many Americans unaware of the true conditions and struggles of the reservations where NRC works, their support and words of encouragement are truly appreciated.

Recently, Third Metric ran a story on practical items that are not on any holiday gift guide. Their focus was items that make a difference for families living in poverty, such as food, blankets, coats and socks, household items for cleaning, cooking and living – the very kinds of products that NRC provides to 65 poverty-stricken reservations. Other practical items we provide that are not on Third Metric’s list are school supplies and educational support, firewood and winter fuel vouchers, and support for preventative healthcare in communities with limited access to clinics.

Logo - GuideStar Gold (small)If you or someone you know is concerned about quality of life for Native Americans, want to learn more about living conditions on the reservations or want to learn more about National Relief Charities and how we help, we invite you to review our GuideStar report  too. NRC is a GuideStar Exchange Gold Participant, demonstrating the highest commitment to transparency. We also invite you to follow the NRC Blog for timely and insightful coverage of concerns and successes affecting the Indian people.

Until then, from all of us at NRC to all of you, we wish you a happy, safe and healthy new year. 

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