During this pandemic, we want to enable the Navajo Community to stay #NavajoStrong!
Please fill out this form if you are in need or know someone who is in dire need.
If you'd like to donate to the cause:
As of 5-20-20, we have over 470 families to get to! That is a lot and we want to help! It will take some time to work through the list so please be patient with us. We will do our best, I promise! We are working hard and as fast as we can. We are determined!
If you know someone who wants to volunteer, there is a form here to fill out. We'd much appreciate all the help we can get! https://www.navajostrong.com/volunteer
There are a lot of people who want to help so here are a few OTHER GROUPS and ORGANIZATIONS HELPING THE NAVAJO RESERVATION, please reach out to them for help! They might get to you faster!
NEW MEXICO HELP
Northern Diné COVID 19 Relief Effort
English 505-226-3073 or Navajo 505-427-0084
Their form: https://forms.gle/kkLzfkXstJ2CKNG66
or call Pete 435.678.0709.
Navajo & Hopi Families COVID-19 Relief Help Request Form
We are working hard to get the much-needed supplies to the people who need it most! The elderly, the family with no running water or electricity, those who cannot leave their home due to COVID-19, those who are high risk, etc. We will try to get to everyone who fills one out but we may have to prioritize to those who have the greater need and that live in remote areas that do not have close access to stores.
We gather supplies in Utah near Salt Lake City and then bring them down on the weekends. We sanitize the contents of the bins (you keep the bins), practice social distancing, wear proper PPE, and utilize a non-contact drop delivery. We ask the recipients to please practice social distancing, wear a mask and obey all curfews/stay at home orders.
Our goal for each bin drop is to give water, cleaning supplies, hand hygiene items, food, and other items.
*Note, some items may not be possible for lack of donation or availability.*
Follow our journey on social media @NavajoStrong!
Please attempt to contact your local chapter house or the Navajo Nation Health Command Center for help:
Navajo Command Center Hotline 8:00AM-5:00PM Daily: (928) 871-7014
HCOC Mental Health Helpline: (928) 810-7357
The information obtained will remain confidential, however if we are unable to reach a family, we may share information with other volunteer organizations helping the Navajo people to make this a group effort. This is not a guarantee that you will receive services. To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, in no event shall the NavajoStrong or its suppliers, or volunteers, be liable for any special, incidental, indirect, or consequential damages whatsoever.
We take all the proper precautions to sanitize and deliver safely. We wear personal protective equipment taking precautions to not cross-contaminate.