Many people and organizations have answered the call to help NavajoYES. Please return their generosity by supporting them as well. Whether official, commercial, or anonymous, NavajoYES would be unable to provide the youth services we do without this support!.
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The Reevis Begay Foundation (RBF) was founded by the family of Reevis. A non-profit organization to bring awareness of cancer and prevention to not only Native Americans, but to the general public. RBF will also assist local organizations that Reevis was actively involved in before his diagnosis of colon cancer, in addition to provide scholarships for higher education in the various engineering fields.
See the Navajo Nation government in action as the 88 Council delegates (representing 110 Navajo Nation chapters, or communities) discuss critical issues and enact legislation to determine the future of the Navajo people. Reorganized in 1991 to form a three-branch system (executive, legislative and judicial), the Navajos conduct what is considered to be the most sophisticated form of Indian government. While the Council is in session, you’ll likely hear delegates carry on the tradition of speaking in Navajo, providing a perfect example of how the Navajo Nation retains its valuable cultural heritage while forging ahead with modern progress. When the Council is not in session, legislative work is done by 12 “standing committees” of the Council.
It is our belief that ALL people are important. That is why we make it a priority to go out of our way to make a positive difference in each person's day. Everyone deserves a smile, a warm greeting, and a great cup of coffee.
The Arizona Women’s Partnership, Inc. is an all volunteer philanthropic non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the status of Arizona women and empowering women’s grass roots organizations through mini grants and publicity. The organization is non-political and non-sectarian, and is sensitive to the needs of underserved and disadvantaged women and their families.
Our company has been in business since 1955. We are a company that is built on great intent and integrity. From the beginning we established a foundation we refer to as our Five Founding Principles.
1. Nutrition Education
2. Highest Quality Products
3. Affordable Pricing
4. Commitment to our Community
5. Commitment to our Employees
Since 1941, Navajo Arts and Crafts Enterprise offers you the highest quality in Navajo jewelry using sterling silver in all of our handcrafted Native American jewelry. Our Teme inlay jewelry line has a vast selection of contemporary natural stone jewelry which are handmade by our in house silversmiths and lapidary artisans.
The Sacred People Foundation is built around one core belief, that all people are sacred. So our mission is to improve the plight of the underserved people of the world wherever we see the need by using our core talents as idea creators.
Tuba City Regional Health Care is dedicated to providing the community and patients with the highest level of health care in Northern Arizona. We are proud to be part of this community and organization. Together we care for each other.
The New Mexico Beef Council is a consumer-focused, producer-directed organization representing the largest segment of our nation’s food industry. As family farmers and ranchers, New Mexico’s cattlemen have a vested interest in the wise stewardship of our natural resources and the implementation of good care taking practices.
For more than 60 years Church’s has been through many changes-new looks, products, new advertising campaigns and more. But the one thing that has always remained the same. We’re still serving the best darn chicken in the world!
Our mission is two-fold: One, to educate outdoor enthusiasts about the importance of wearing ID. Two, to provide these athletes with innovative identification products that they will want to include as part of their gear.
Honey Stinger makes nutritious and great tasting honey-based foods including energy bars, protein bars, energy gels, organic waffles, organic chews, kids specific snacks and our very own Organic Wildflower Honey. Fueling more than just the country’s top cyclists, runners, triathletes and teams, Honey Stinger products may be found at specialty sporting goods retailers, natural food grocers and honeystinger.com.
NTEC is an integral part of the local community and is committed to interacting with all facets of the Four Corners Region. Although we are a Navajo owned company and Navajo Mine is located on the Navajo Nation, our commitment to community enhancement extends both to tribal and non-tribal entities. We are proud to be a part of the Four Corners community.
BP began its association with Olympic and Paralympic sport when it became a partner of the London 2012 Games. Since then BP has supported a number of high-profile sporting events, including the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games and the 2015 IPC World Athletics Championships.