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At St. Joseph's Rising Eagle Day Camp, Native American children in need enjoy activities designed to let kids be kids.
For four weeks, St. Joseph's bus travels more than 120 miles — EACH DAY — to local reservations. At the meeting spot, up to 100 Lakota (Sioux) children wait, hoping they will have one of the limited seats on the bus. Back at St. Joseph's campus, the boys and girls enjoy traditional arts and crafts, Lakota games and more. Two hearty meals and snacks complete the day … all in a safe, stable environment.
"I like that we get lunch every day. I like the food a lot. It's good!" — Evana, day camp attendee
Because camp is always free to those who attend, we need to raise $54,550 by MIDNIGHT TONIGHT to cover all the costs. Please donate today!
Your $157 donation sends a Lakota child to camp for two weeks
Your $75 donation provides safe transportation to appreciative kids
Your $45 donation supplies traditional arts & crafts
Your $25 donation teaches about the Native American culture
Your $12 donation feeds nutritious meals & snacks
St. Joseph’s Indian School, an apostolate of the Congregation of the Priests of the Sacred Heart, partners with Native American children and families to educate for life — mind, body, heart and spirit.
St. Joseph’s Indian School is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization.