The Department of Indian Work has provided emergency services and referrals to American Indian families for more than 50 years including:
Holiday food bags
Donate to the Food Shelf
You can help families by making a food, clothing, or financial donation to the Department of Indian Work Emergency Services. If you like to host a food drive at your faith community to benefit the Department of Indian Work, please contact us with questions.
This listing was last updated Mar 8, 2018
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