Special Needs for the New Year

Wopila tankamany thanks — for your generosity! Cheyenne River Indian Outreach (CRIO) gratefully accepts a variety of household items to be used for our shelters and to help women establish a safe home of their own.

Immediate Needs:
Microwave for the shelter
Disposable diapers in all sizes
Baby wipes
Plastic Totes, all sizes
Sports bras
Women’s panties
Women’s socks
Twin bedding — mattress pads, sheets, comforters and pillows
Dishcloths
Dishtowels
Bath towels
Hand towels
Wash cloths
Phone cards
Sports equipment

Ongoing needs:
Liquid hand soap
Dish washing detergent
Freezer bags all sizes
Laundry soap
Dryer sheets
Facial tissue
Women’s deodorant
Hair brushes
Hair combs
Hair ties
Make-up
Phone cards
Clock radios
Night-lights
Children’s toys: ages 0-13
Table top toys: ages 3-13
Drawing supplies all ages
Beading materials: beads, thread, beading needles, beading loom etc
Curling iron
Electric hair straightener
Hair sprays, hair products
High chairs
Small baby cribs

Items can be shipped to:
CRIO
121 Landmark Ave.
Eagle Butte, SD 57625

Prefer to send a monetary donation?
We are pleased to announce donations can now be accepted online, safely and securely!

Thanks to a company called BlueFin, you can even set up a recurring or automatic monthly donation to help Lakota (Sioux) families on the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation.

YOU can make a difference by providing a safe haven for families and youth fleeing from violence. Will you help children who would otherwise be out in the cold, alone and afraid, or women who want to break the cycle of violence and start a new life?

We’re grateful for every gift we receive, but recurring monthly donations offer more than just a gift for immediate needs. Knowing we can count on your support each and every month helps ensure the programs and services the community needs will be available by allowing us to plan for the future.

You can even choose the day the transaction is made from your checking or credit card account. Make your gift now!

Pilamayathank you — for your support!

 

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