Friends of Pine Ridge Reservation | 2015 Donation Drives for Children, Elders, Veterans and Victims of Violence

Bertha Norton age 101, (cq) gives her great great grandson Joshua Ramirez 16 months, a pinch and a kiss. Bertha is from Maidu and Wintun tribes.  PIcture taken the California State Indian Museum while celebrating "Gathering of Honored Elders". 5/28/00. Sacramento Bee/Bryan Patrick

Bertha Norton age 101, (cq) gives her great great grandson Joshua Ramirez 16 months, a pinch and a kiss |Sacramento Bee/Bryan Patrick

There are many ways you can be a Friend and help our children and elders, victims of violence and schools on Pine Ridge Reservation (and now, the Navajo Reservation). As you will discover, quite a few of them cost little or no money!

Whether you want to recycle an empty toner cartridge, buy a book, socks, toiletries, reading glasses, school supplies or crochet an afghan, you will find a variety of ways to help on these pages, some as simple as saving a soup-can label.

Visit Friends of Pine Ridge Reservation here | Make a Difference

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