Mutual Aid- Havasupai

Mutual Aid- Havasupai
Blake McCord

Havasupai Tribe COVID-19 Relief Fund

Over 400 Havasupai tribal members live at the bottom of a tributary canyon to the Grand Canyon. Renowned for its blue-green waterfalls and accessible only by foot, horseback, or helicopter, the reservation does not have a permanent doctor or nurse, nor a single ventilator or hospital bed. Donations will ensure that the Havasupai have the food and the personal protective equipment they need to remain safely in their canyon home. Learn more and support ›

Mutual Aid - Bluff

Mutual Aid - Bluff
Bluff Area Mutual Aid

Bluff Area Mutual Aid

In rural southeastern Utah, near Bears Ears National Monument, this mutual aid effort is organizing deliveries of food, water, firewood, diapers, toilet paper, and hygiene products to individuals and families in need, offering help applying for unemployment benefits, and providing information to the community of Bluff, the Utah portion of the Navajo Nation, and the White Mesa community of the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe. Learn more and support ›

Mutual Aid - Far East Navajo

Mutual Aid - Far East Navajo
Torreon Community Alliance

Far East Navajo COVID-19 Relief

Located far from medical facilities, government offices, and supermarkets, it could take a long time for supplies and medical attention to reach far eastern Navajo communities including Counselors, Ojo Encino, Torreon/Starlake, Pueblo Pintado, Whitehorse Lake, Baca/Prewitt, Casamero Lake, and Littlewater. This relief effort supplements the local Navajo government response by shortening supply chains to provide food, firewood, and other necessities. Learn more and support ›

Mutual Aid - Navajo and Hopi

Mutual Aid - Navajo and Hopi
Navajo & Hopi Families COVID-19 Relief Fund

Navajo & Hopi Families COVID-19 Relief Fund

The Navajo Nation and Hopi reservation are extreme food deserts. 180,000 Navajo people rely on only 13 grocery stores, while three small food marts serve 3,000 Hopi people. These communities have large numbers of elders and many households do not have running water. The funds from this campaign will be used to purchase bulk food and medical items, personal protective equipment, and other necessary supplies, including food for pets and livestock. Learn more and support ›

Mutual Aid - Hopi

Hopi Emergency Assistance Fund

The effects of coronavirus are especially drastic in the Hopi community, as many homes and families lack running water, electricity, and transportation. Additionally, many Hopis are artists or vendors who rely on tourism and face-to-face interactions to conduct business. The Hopi Emergency Assistance Fund offers aid to local villages, organizations, and individuals. Learn more and support ›

Mutual Aid - Government-Led Relief Efforts

Government-led relief efforts

Mutual Aid - Navajo Nation

Official Navajo Nation COVID-19 Relief Fund

The Navajo Nation COVID-19 Fund has been established to help the Navajo Nation respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. This is the Navajo Nation’s only official COVID-19 fundraising and donation effort. The Navajo Nation is accepting monetary and non-monetary donations to address immediate medical and community needs. Learn more and support ›

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