COVID/coronavirus Assistance

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Bluff Area Mutual Aid

We are offering support for individuals and families in the greater Bluff area as they are available, including: Deliveries, food, water, firewood, diapers, toilet paper, hygiene products, help applying for unemployment benefits, and information. This service is free but we need your help to make these deliveries possible! Please lend your support to our campaign to help the communities of Bluff, the Utah portion of the Navajo Nation, and White Mesa areas!


Adopt A Native Elder

Adopting an Elder is one of many ways in which you may participate in the Giveaway Circle. When you adopt, you commit to providing your Elder with two sets of Rainbow Food boxes annually. A.N.E. provides and delivers the food. The cost is $100 per set (one set for the spring Food Run and one set for the fall Food Run) or $200 per year. If you’re able, additional Elder support is available for Food Runs and support throughout the year.


Navajo & Hopi Families COVID-19 Relief Fund

Our goal will be to help the elderly (especially those raising their grandchildren), the immunocompromised, single parents, and struggling families by helping them buy groceries, water, and health supplies, and by protecting them (and their vulnerable communities) from exposure by engaging volunteers to make the purchases and deliver them to a safe transfer location for the families.


Rocky Ridge Gas + Market- Grandma Baskets

Rocky Ridge Gas + Market is a Navajo-owned convenience store providing fresh food and rez staples to the Rocky Ridge, AZ community and surrounding area. We curate Grandma Baskets, a selection of popular foods and staples, for relatives who want to provide Shima’ sani with her favorite foods.


Chizh for Cheii

In effort to care for our elders during the winter season on the Navajo Nation and surrounding area "Chizh for Cheii" was created. We view our elders as the backbone to our beautiful culture and heritage. "Chizh for Cheii" which means "wood for grandpa" in Navajo, has provided over 732 loads of free firewood for the past five years.


World Water Day 2020: Let's keep the water flowing for Navajo families!

Help us bring clean, running water to hundreds of Navajo families. They are healthier and more resilient because of you. They can wash their hands and bodies, sanitize their homes and prepare food. They can stay at home with their families, knowing that clean, safe water is just a tap away.


We Are Navajo

We Are Navajo is requesting for your assistance to provide care packages to as many families as possible. On March 26, we received a list that was generated by our local school teachers which identifies 15 families as high need cases- in dire need of basic necessities. We are preparing to assist many more families in the upcoming weeks.



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