"One person cannot do everything, but everyone can do something...
For we are only as strong as the weakest link.
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Make a Donation
On May 12th, 2012, We will be traveling to Pine Ridge reservation in South Dakota and collaborating
with a church group from Texas who plans to bring a work force to repair some homes. Both our organizations plan to deliver
a large supply of food and clothes to be distributed. If anyone would like to take part to volunteer in a very educational and
fulfilling humanitarian odyssey by helping those in need, please contact us. You must be able to cover your own
expenses. Our plan is to stay 5 days doing community work. Call 214-463-5061 ask for Marty.
Donation Legal Guidelines as Required by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
corporation shall at no time accept donations that impose conditions or restrictions set forth by the donor. The Organization
may take into consideration suggestions offered by the donor as to how and when they would like their donations to be invested,
used, distributed, etc. However, the Organization shall at all times maintain the ultimate control and discretion as to the
investment, use, distribution, etc. of all donations it receives of which whether or not this coincides with the donor’s
may offer advise regarding the use of their donations, but only towards our Organization’s programs, and so long as
that does not deviate from our mission, federal and state nonprofit laws, etc.
policy shall be fully disclosed to all existing and potential donors in all of the Organization’s materials (in all
formats- written, oral, digital, etc.) that deal with donations (e.g., donation solicitations, brochures / fliers, advertisements,
websites, donor agreements / contracts, etc). All donations IAW IRS 501(c)(3) guidelines will require donor “mutual
Organization shall further disclose all such donors that their contributions may be used only for charitable and/or other
501(c)(3) purposes and not for the direct or indirect private benefit of the donor, designated individuals, or other private
If you wish to donate please send your donations to the Texas Branch Office address; AIHF, P.O. Box 419, Waxahachie,
Texas 75168, Make donations out to the American Indian Humanitarian Foundation or AIHF. Thank You
WHAT ELSE CAN I DO TO HELP
THE NEEDY NATIVE INDIANS HERE IN NORTH
Many people see suffering in their own communities and throughout the world. They want to do something to help, but don't
know what to do.
A TRUE humanitarian is to feed the hungry, to clothe the naked, to provide for the widow, to dry up the tear of the orphan,
to comfort the afflicted, wherever we find them.
Do not send away any who were naked or that were hungry or that were sick...therefore be generous to all, having compassion
to persons as to those who stood in need.
If you desire to help the needy North American Indians, you might consider the following practical opportunities:
* Give generously and often.
* Give generously to Indian Humanitarian organizations. All donations goes to help the poor and needy in Indian Country
without regard to religion, age or disabilities.
* Donate usable items, including clean clothing, to non profit Indian organizations. Not only will this benefit the needy,
but surplus items are sent to other reservations that are always in need. The purpose should be to donate to help those in
need to become self-sufficient.
* Volunteer to work at non profit organizations warehouses or on any reservation. Your support will help to expand humanitarian
* Volunteer at an agency that assists people in Indian country. Established community organizations offer many opportunities
to serve, including providing meals to the less fortunate, building and repairing homes, teaching adults financial management,
mentoring at-risk youth, etc. Such service not only blesses those in need, but also fosters unity between volunteers and the
* Contact your choice of organizations to serve. Opportunities are available for anyone whose heart is to serve their
fellow human being.