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Chrisstmas For Indians

Christmas For Indians

Program that communities, organizations, businesses and church’s can support to help make the holidays a little better for American Indian people who are truly in need.

Distribute shoe boxes or 2 lbs plastic bags to individuals, families, churches, organizations within non-Indian communities to fill them (suggested items listed below) for the holidays. Designated individuals will collect the donation items to be delivered to tribal groups, clans or churches for distribution to the needy. This is a simple and inexpensive way for organizations and church’s to support those truly in need.

- Gloves.
- Hats.
- Laundry Supplies.
- School Bags.
- Playing Cards.
- Personal Care Items; Toiletries, Soap, Tooth Paste & Brush, Shampoo, Toilet Paper.
- Hygiene Kit: 2 unbreakable combs; 4 toothbrushes; 1 tube toothpaste; 2 bars of soap; 2 hand towels
- Blankets and/or Quilts
- New Born Kits
- Diapers.
- Cloths, especially Winter Cloths for all ages, especially infants, children and Seniors.
- Fabric including knitting and sewing kits
- Towels.
- Candles & Matches.
- Food Can or Dry, Cooking Oils.
- Snacks.
- Toys: Cloth Toys, Wood Toys, Dolls, Stuffed Animals, Plastic Toys.
- Home Products.
- Gardening Tools & Seeds.
- Enclose a brief note of caring; Let them know that others in this world care and pray for their well being.

Marty Fire Rider Hiles

A.I.M. Mission Statement

The American Indian Movement Riverside is a proactive advocacy and educational organization concerned with promoting the unity and security of Indian communities, families, and drug free youth programs. The organization is dedicated to representing the many interests and concerns of all Native American Indian people, particularly renewal of spirituality to empower Indian people with dignity regarding political, social and legal issues, including cultural traditions and inherent sovereign rights.

Make A Donation Supporting Our Positive Community Work in Indian Country.

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A.I.M. Riverside Chapter

P.O. Box 135

Mountain Center, California 92561

aim@aimriverside.org

AIM DISCLAIMER: The American Indian Movement its Chapters and Support Groups do not support, nor condone Violence or acts of Malicious behavior. Such behavior by individuals acting on their own, do not represent AIM. AIM is a spiritual movement of committed individuals who walk the red path of tolerance, peace and respecting all life as sacred.

Any questions or comments regarding actions, events, etc., involving or regarding participation of ANY American Indian Movement Group or Individual, please contact us at aim@aimriverside.org

Site Established Dec 2005

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