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AIHF charges “NO” fees for any services provided. AIHF does not assume responsibility for errors, and all information provided via this Web site is intended for informational purposes only and is subject to change or withdrawal by AIHF at any time without notice. Links from these pages to external Web sites are provided as a service to visitors and do not constitute an endorsement by AIHF. Certain programs, services, projects and links listed here are not operated by nor are they the responsibility of AIHF. Some information published herein is gathered from sources which are thought to be reliable, but the reader should not assume that the information is official or final.

Youth Programs
Youth Wolf Pups Summer Camp
Youth Style Summer Educational & Leadership Program

This Youth Wolf Pups summer camp program would help American Indian boys & girls gain self-confidence and learn responsibility for their actions. At the camp consisting of challenge, teamwork, discipline and education, Indian boys and girls between ages 10 to 17 learn cooperation and respect for the dignity of others.


The program installs the ideals of traditional family and community commitment; self respect; personal responsibility and accountability; principles and the sacrifices of tribal leadership; positive values and teamwork- the importance of working as a team within a group; good Citizenship; substance abuse and anti drug enforcement; personal and family financial management; American Indian history; contributions of American Indian culture in history.

Activities will also include conditioning exercises, first aid instruction, organized recreation, camping and swimming. The program foundations are intellectual, spiritual, cultural, social and physical. They will lean how to be better citizens and at the same time gains a greater measure of his or her own self-worth.

For older youth this it will offer programs regarding Religious & Sacred Site Issues, Treaty & Reparation Issues; Repatriation, Cultural & Anthropological Issues; Civil Rights Issues; Economic development, and Educational Issues.

The goal would be to prepare the reservation youth to become responsible adults. To reverse the trend of lack of self respect and substance abuse. While helping to foster future generations of quality citizens and leaders that will ethically serve their people and culture.

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Big Indian Brother & Sister Youth Mentoring Program
Positive Role Models for Community based Mentoring.

Big Indian Brother & Big Indian Sister Youth Program. Help Mentor an Indian Child & Help Foster in an Abusive Free Generation. Do You Have Time, Skills & Spiritual Patience to Mentor a Young Indian Boy or Girl?

Big Brother & Sister (tag here for more info)

Infant Kits
Infant Kits: Helping new parents have healthy babies with infant kits that provide the necessary baby supplies many parents cannot afford.

- Blankets and/or Quilts
- New Born Kits: Diapers, lotion, shampoo, cloths, clothes, caps & mittens, bottles, etc.

We received dozens of Infant Kits in 2007 that were sent to La Jolla Indian Reservation in California after the fires and Rosebud Reservation in South Dokota
 

Our Success is only as Good as our Team of Volunteers

We are a grassroots volunteer charity. we strive for 100% of all donations to reach those in need. Our Board, Staff and Volunteers have agreed to accept no salaries for our work with this corporation. Our efforts are to ensure the continual movement of donations and supplies to our fellow Native Americans who are truly in need. Our motive is the sincere desire to serve from the heart, as our ancestors did.

Some of these dedicated volunteers have decades of experience in humanitarian programs, working unselfishly while receiving payments of warm smiles, thank you hugs and heart felt love.

There is no greater satisfaction of the heart then to see the smile on a child’s face when handing them a toy or an elder’s smile upon receiving a warm blanket. There is no greater joy then to serve those who can not serve themselves.

                               

Disclaimer:

 

AIHF charges “NO” fees for any services provided. AIHF does not assume responsibility for errors, and all information provided via this Web site is intended for informational purposes only and is subject to change or withdrawal by AIHF at any time without notice. Links from these pages to external Web sites are provided as a service to visitors and do not constitute an endorsement by AIHF. Certain programs, services, projects and links listed here are not operated by nor are they the responsibility of AIHF. Some information published herein is gathered from sources which are thought to be reliable, but the reader should not assume that the information is official or final.

American Indian Humanitarian Foundation
A National 501(c)(3) Non-profit Corporation 


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Brigham City, Utah 84302
AIHF@4AIHF.org 
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