Have you ever donated time or money directly to a Native American Tribe in your area? If yes, which tribe?
Yes I donate many moons ago to big casino in the desert.
Is dropping coins in a slot machine considered donations?
Regardless, there are no tribes around here, so no.
No, but if my brother hadn't died I would have had a Seminole sister in law.
I went to an Indian casino.
Maybe they could donate some of their gambling fortune to me...
Donated engineering expertise to individuals on the Navajo Nation.
Coos. The only way we have done is have dinner at the Mill Casino.
Does patronizing the local Indian casino count? 🤔
My Mother is a full blood Chirichua Apache......
Utes and Navaho
The Utes were known as the "Masters of the Mountains". They were excellent scouts and hunters.
My Father is 1/2 Northern Cheyenne &
1/2 Cherokee. We have never lived on a reservation because of the horrible conditions. We make a few yearly trips to the reservations to donate. It amazed me how poor and destitute most reservations are. If charitable Americans were to donate to these Struggling American Tribes instead or in addition to going around the world to build schools & Hospitals it would help the latest generation ravaged by Drugs & Alcohol. Here is an example of a tribe not too far from the Northern Cheyenne & Crow.
When I was a child we would go to Neah Bay. I was astounded at their houses they actually only had three walls. I don't know if it was a poverty thing or a traditional thing.
Why do they stay if it is so bad?