NAHA Receives Many Goods to Help Those in Need

Native American Heritage Association (NAHA) in Black Hawk, SD received 4,750 pounds of various foods, 6,048 Kids Against Hunger meals, clothing, blankets, toys, and school supplies from Wisconsin Branch. NAHA shares the goods with families, schools and other organizations on reservations in 2 states.

Categories: Domestic Aid

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