|Pinon Clinic pose with their new scrub caps and masks donation coordinated via a vendor.
Yá'át'ééh abini! (Good morning in Diné)
Navajo and Hopi Families Covid-19 Relief has provided wholesome, healthy and sanitized food and essentials to more than 10,000 families, all via a no contact delivery system.
Our all volunteer-based grassroots movement has responded to those in vulnerable population areas, such as, elders, grandparents raising grandchildren, immune-compromised individuals, low income and single-parent families who reside in areas of the Navajo & Hopi reservations that do not always have paved roads or electricity or running water.
You contributions provide life-sustaining assistance during these challenging times and we are grateful to answer the call of our relatives, friends and family. Here you will find many photos that are a testimony of our efforts.
Your contributions are working to making a difference.
Donate at: https://www.navajohopisolidarity.org/
|Ms. Jane Hyden, Seamster making masks
|Delivery of hospital gowns, scrub caps and masks to Northern Navajo Medical Center in Shiprock NM. Sewing was completed by Seamsters in New Mexico - Deb J Kizzia making the delivery. Cass NachosMom Gould and Redawn George assisted with this project.
|Surgical grade material H600 to make masks for hospital employees
|All volunteers receive required training before preparing and delivering food and supplies.