Youth charities provide HOPE
Pine Ridge Indian Reservation is unlike any other community in North America.
Oglala Lakota Native American children of Pine Ridge, SD live in some of the lowest, most impoverished conditions in the country. Unemployment is alarmingly high, and most everyone lives below Federal poverty levels. Food options are limited, and proper medical care is even scarcer. Most Native American children on Pine Ridge reservation live without the most basic human necessities.
When donors and volunteers seek out Youth charities to bestow time, labor and funding, they often turn to third-world countries residing outside of U.S. borders. They forget that third-world conditions exist right here in the US, amongst our country’s first inhabitants.
If you or your organization can help, it would be greatly appreciated! Together, we can rise up a generation of forgotten Lakota youth that will foster hope and love for the next generation of Native American children.
ONE CHILD AT A TIME.
Youth charities require community-based agencies, faith-based organizations, civic organizations, businesses, foundations, youth and their families. When everyone works together, we can provide a wide range of resources to support high quality out-of-school programs.
Wings of Hope and the Circle of Love Children’s Shelter welcomes other Youth charities and programs in the community to collaborate with them to greatly improve the lives and well being of Native American children on the Pine Ridge reservation.
Wings of Hope will conduct annual meetings with revised resources to assure we are best covering the needs of the population.
Wings of Hope is a federally recognized 501 (c ) (3) non-profit charitable, humanitarian aid, and relief organization. With this designation, we are qualified to receive matching corporate grants. All donations are tax deductible.
Will you join our cause?