The Navajo Indian Reservation in Arizona has the highest rate of both infection and death from Coronavirus in the Nation

The coronavirus pandemic has attacked Arizona’s Navajo Nation.  The Nation is not equipped to battle this epidemic alone.  When our Navajo friends tearfully relayed their first hand accounts of the suffering, a few of us offered the situation to God in prayer.  Within days we found ourselves hard at work, the community response was overwhelming, and twelve days later the first convoy of trucks and trailers delivered needed supplies to three of Arizona’s Navajo communities.  The community outreach called Helping Hands for the Navajo People continues collecting supplies and delivering them to remote communities.  
We continue to need your help.  Any money donated will purchase items of greatest need and we are collecting non-perishable canned goods and dry food, paper products, masks, gloves, PPE, diapers, baby formula and wipes.  Products that support health care workers, the young, and the elderly are of greatest need.

You Can Drop Off Packaged Supplies or Donate

Fill out the form below for information about credit card, cash, checks, and other donation methods. 100% of money donated is used to purchase products for fastest and most effective delivery. Transportation, warehousing, and labor are all donated.

Drop off locations:
midwest food bank has donated part of their warehouse to helping hands for the navajo nation. Located at 725 baseline road gilbert az., 85233. The warehouse is open 8am-5pm daily. Please inform their staff that your donation if for helping hands for the navajo nation.
Northern arizona;
winslow guidance associates at 1302 W. 2nd St. Winslow, 86047 and, project recovery at 309 E. Hopi Dr. Holbrook, 86025 on wednesday and thursday 930am-4pm.

Watch our facebook page for locations of weekend and community locations. We are 100% volunteer and while the efforts may seem scattered, our hearts are one.
Use the form below for large donations, pick ups, and any ideas or capabilities you have that might help.
Once all supplies have been received they will be cleaned in accordance with cdc guidelines to ensure safety. 100% volunteers with 100% of what we gather or raise going to the underserved areas of the vast navajo reservation. Items will be delivered safely to a remote community within a week.

Need and Compassion

Our biggest cities receive much of the national attention while our Arizona neighbors, the Navajo people suffer mostly in silence.  Our goal was to not let the lack of a media spotlight be mistaken for a lack of love and understanding.  Arizonans responded and the Navajo Nation has expressed their gratitude. But unfortunately, the Navajo Nation’s inspection spike continues even as most of the country begins to recover. Therefore, our efforts to help must continue.  It took 12 days for our first convoy of help to arrive and our second and third deliveries followed soon after.  Can you help us continue this important work?

100% Pass-Through

The Helping Hands for the Navajo Nation has no employees, only volunteers. 100% of everything donated goes directly to the people. We are approved by President Nez, and are working directly with the community on the ground at the reservation.  All supplies and funds are distributed directly into the hands of citizens of the Navajo Nation in the most rural areas of the Nation,. It is amazing to see love and support in action.

Thank you for your support

Helping Hands for the Navajo Nation is thankful for all the people who drop items off during our drives for food and supplies, for all the volunteers who help sanitize, sort, box, load, travel to Navajo reservation to unload.
We are also grateful for all the TV stations that have covered our efforts and got the word out- without the media coverage we could never help as many people. Other sponsors include Sprouts Farmers Markets, Penske Trucking, National First Response, Cardinal Cleaning, Hope for the Homeless, Passport Coffee and Tea, Philly’s Sports Grill, Home Depot, Uhaul, California Pools and Landscape, Verum Marketing, ThinkPro Graphics, O.H.S.O. Brewery and Distillery, Renewed Homes Az, Kalil Bottling, Home Depot, US Foods, Don Ingram, and Kismet Works.
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Please reach out if you have questions regarding donations, volunteering, donations, or dropoff.  There are many ways to help and we are looking for partnerships for bulk items or transportation assistance.