On May 10, 2014, we drove a 26 foot truck full of clothes for every age gender which included
toys, food, foot wear and miscellaneous personal items to Tuba City on the Navajo Reservation in Arizona. The Navajo name
City, Tó Naneesdizí translates as "tangled
We made our delivery
this time outside the Saint Judes Catholic Church where we were met by Sister Mary who thanked us for our relief efforts.
Again our point of contact who designates our delivery points for each delivery was Vanessa who is Navajo-Lakota.
Our organization's President Huumay Quisquis
lead a team of volunteers from Southern California Indian reservations in San Diego County. Most of them were from the San
Pasqual Indian Reservation. Again keeping with our slogan "Indian-Helping-Indians".
In these photos we had to drop off the truck immediately after delivery, therefore when we came
back a few hours later many of the items had been distributed to individuals while others loaded items into their vehicles
to deliver to numerous remote locations where the needs are the greatest. However, we did get some good pictures
as seen here.