FAMILIES TO FAMILIES | AJOOBA' HASIN
Our family helping familes on Navajo Nation
Help us protect!
PAGE, ARIZONA is the bordering town to Navajo Nation where supplies are shipped and picked up for COVID Relief. NAVAJO Nation has the highest COVID rate in the Nation. The Mayor and City Council have removed the Mask Mandate in Page which puts Navajo Nation at risk. Please help with a call.
Mayor Levi Tappan:
Vice Mayor John Kocjan:
Councilor David Auge
Councilor Theresa Lee
Councilor Kristin Davis:
Councilor Dennis Warner:
Councilor Rick Yanke:
CALL WALMART IN PAGE, ARIZONA TO REQUEST THAT MASKS BE MANDATORY IN THE STORE
*July 4th weekend has brought an influx of tourists, many not wearing masks, which put Navajo Nation and others at high risk of contracting COVID
Families to Families | Ajooba' Hasin, and ThunderVoice Hat Co. have teamed up to fill immediate needs in the area of Navajo Nation where ThunderVoice Eagle's family is from. The Financial aid from the government has not come. While families who don't have running water, electricity and proper supplies need aid right now.
FROM THE FAMILY:
Working from the principle of kinship and generosity, this organization provides emergency assistance to families of the Navajo nation with the ultimate aim of growing resilience and honoring the sovereignty for our community and our culture.
The most vulnerable members of our community have been placed in an even more precarious position during this pandemic. Our community thrives through social connection and mutual aid, and COVID19 has upended the traditional ways we rely on to care for each other.
Care means providing for the most urgent needs first, so our work during the COVID19 crisis is focused on providing essential needs (food, water, fuel) to members of our community.
This community is experiencing unspeakable loss. Though we mourn for the loss of our beloved friends, family and neighbors we continue to tend to the urgent needs of the living.
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
SEND THE ITEMS BELOW
CURRENT COMMUNITY NEEDS:
sewing supplies (cotton, elastic, thread)
disinfecting cleaning products
*local well repair*
We also accept the following donations:Canned foods/ shelf stable foods, there are many in our communities that have to conserve water and use the liquid in cans to cook. Shelf stables items are best for long term storage, many do not have electricity or refrigerationHygiene products - diapers (babies/ elderly), wipes, feminine products, shampoo, toothpaste, laundry soap, bleach, dish soap, razors, shaving cream, etcToys and activities for children and teens - Must be very durable and good condition. Outdoor toys preferred. Reminder that some children live without electricityOver the counter medication/ vitaminsPet food is much needed for dogs & catsFeed/ Hay for chickens, goats, sheep, cows, and horses.
To donate supplies fill out the form below to inform the local team of what you are sending so they can assess current needs more specifically and send you the best address to send items
Your donations go to:
Purchasing and delivering food and essential supplies to families in remote areas
Providing water barrels and water to families with no access to water.
Filling propane tanks for cooking and heating water to bathe.
Emergency Vehicle maintenance due to rough roads and long miles.
What your donation can do for our community:
$40 - provides a 5 gallon propane tank that provides enough fuel for about 14 days
$50 - Feeds a families sheep dog for a month that protects the livestock and the family
$75 - provides a family of 4 with one 55 gallon barrel that holds enough water for 1 week
$150 - Provides a fuel efficient camping stove that helps rural families conserve fuel and enjoy fresh cooked meals.
$200 - Feeds a family of 4 for one month
$500 - Keeps our delivery vehicles safe and running well