Year End Giving: National Indian Child Welfare Association Serving Native Children & Families

Published December 31, 2018

PORTLAND, Ore. — 2018 is almost over, and the National Indian Child Welfare Association is only $2,567 away from our goal to celebrate 40 years of the Indian Child Welfare Act. The organization has done so much good work this past year, and with your support, and is honored to continue serving tribes, children, and families in 2019.
One gift makes a difference.
Every single gift makes help to make the organization’s work possible. Children flourish when they are brought up surrounded by a community that knows and loves them. Your donation allows children to stay connected to their families. It supports an auntie to pass down stories, a grandparent to share a family recipe, and a child to grow up proud of who they are.
One day left to reach our goal of $2,567.
Unite with the National Indian Child Welfare Association to raise our final $2,567 to keep Native children rooted in their culture for generations to come.
Please consider making a donation before midnight to help the organization begin the new year with the resources that are vitally needed to serve tribal communities.

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