An epidemic is ruining families and communities. Many Native families are homeless. Help give a home for the holidays.



Homes for the Holidays

Right now, there are 86 Native American families without a home on the Crow Creek Indian Reservation. On this same reservation, 16 homes contaminated by meth that now sit empty and boarded up, awaiting funding and renovations to make the home livable.

We are partnering with the Crow Creek Tribal Housing Authority and the Bureau of Indian Affairs again this season to renovate 3 more homes and provide housing for homeless families.  

Will you join us and help give a homeless Native American family a home for the holidays? 


Support Our #StorytellingHeals Movement

This November, we're raising money to help fund 15 Healing Circles in an effort to dismantle barriers and inspire hope for Native communities. 

When you support the #StorytellingHeals movement financially, you're offering 180+ Native Americans access to the resources they need to kickstart their journey toward strength and healing and to transform their relationships and communities.


The Science Behind the Healing Power of Storytelling

Have you ever been so wrapped up in a story that you forgot about your worries and escaped from your troubles?

Have you ever been hungry to find out what happens next in a story about make-believe people in a make-believe place, and not understood why you’re so invested in their fairytale?

Or, have you ever been in the heart of a crisis, and someone told you a story that gave you hope and opened your eyes to the joy beyond the hurt?

If so, you’re not alone.

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Understanding the Destruction

Reflecting on Our Foundations: The History of Native American Life and Culture


The story of the North American indigenous peoples is a story of loss, hardship, violence, betrayal, and misappropriation. It is also a story of community, spirituality, diversity, honor, and resilience.


Understanding the Destruction: Native American Life Today


Native Americans today face some extraordinary challenges. By nearly every measure, social, cultural, economical, and physical, Native American communities and Native American families are uniquely and negatively impacted by patterns of struggle.


Building a Hopeful Future: The Restoration of Native American Life and Culture


Across the country, there are signs of hope transforming the lives of Native Americans. A new wave of Native voices is rising up and claiming back their own stories and the stories of their ancestors.


Together, let’s make this a season of healing.

Give a tax-deductible gift today and join us in our work as we dismantle barriers and inspire hope for Native voices unheard.

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