Since 1927, St. Joseph’s Indian School has offered help to Lakota (Sioux) people in these very situations.
Hungry, alone, without the things they need every day, children are suffering.
But, thanks to the generosity of St. Joseph’s tiyospaye — extended family — of monthly givers, the Lakota children have somewhere to turn for help.
And YOU can make sure that happens!
A simple monthly gift will make sure our Lakota students always have:
Caring for the Lakota children who have nowhere else to turn is a tremendous expense … but it’s one that can’t be compromised. We must always be aware of the cost to care for these children and prepare for the worst.
Please, consider making your first monthly gift today and become part of our tiyospaye — extended family — of monthly givers!
Loving houseparents in each of our 19 student homes provide the Native American children with a safe, healthy home.
Our Native American Studies class and annual powwow help the Lakota (Sioux) boys and girls connect with their heritage.
One by one, people just like you make our work possible.
Pilamaya — thank you — for helping us meet each Lakota child’s basic needs. In addition, these precious children have access to college scholarships, programs that strengthen family relationships and cultural education for Native American children. Together we are making a difference in the lives of the Native American children who are counting on you!