Donations to the General Fund support all the activities of the Program. Please enter your donation amount in the box above.
RUGSH Annual Navajo Rug Show & Sale Donation $
Help support the Navajo Rug Show & Sale. All proceeds from the sale of rugs and jewelry go directly to the artist! Please enter your donation amount in the box above. Thank you for your support!
BBF Blue Bird Flour Your Price: $10.30
You can make a donation to help cover the cost of the Blue Bird Flour. Each year the program purchases 2000 bags of flour to give to the Forgotten Elders and other Elders who don't have sponsors when they attend the Food Run. Each 20-lb bag costs $10.30. The price includes a credit card processing fee.
Blue Bird Flour is a special flour the Elders use for making their traditional tortilla bread and fry bread. Because many of the Elders are used to having only bread to eat when other foods are gone, the flour is especially important to the Elders.
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CF Ceremony Fund $
Donations to this fund support Elders in need of traditional ceremonies. Please enter an amount in the box above or click here for more details.
FDRN Food Run Expenses Fund $
There are a number of additional expenses incurred during food runs to the reservation such as the meal that is served at every food run. This fund helps to defray those costs.
FTC For the Children Fund $
Donations to this portion of the Program support the special needs of the children and grandchildren of the Elders in our Program. We purchase school supplies and provide other resources for children from this fund.
GIVB Giveaway Blanket Fund $
Donations are used to purchase blankets for the Elders to help them through the cold of winter.
RFBF Rainbow Food Box Fund $
This fund helps defray the cost of Rainbow Food Boxes for Elders who do not have sponsors.
WHFF Warming Hearts Firewood Fund $
Inspired by Hollywood actor Jay Tavare, this program allows donations in any amount to be made toward the purchase of firewood for the Elders.
YP Yarn Fund $
Weaving rugs is the traditional way that Elders have supported themselves and their families. This fund helps provide yarn so that weavers can continue to practice this art.