Our Mission is to assist the Lakota people in preserving and revitalizing the Lakota culture, language, and self-sufficiency while meeting the basic needs of Lakota families, children, and elders. We strive to cultivate an intercultural relationship that recognizes that we are all related and that American Indians are an equal and valued part of our society.
More important mission is to develop a strong, healthy, and prosperous environment in which Lakota children and their families can learn and incorporate the Lakota language into their daily lives.
It is our vision that one day the children of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation and their families will feel safe and comfortable in using the Lakota language as their primary language at home and in the community.
Indian Support Association is a legitimate charity, our main purpose is to raise money for the Lakota Indians of South Dakota who live in extreme poverty. We will thus help to improve their living conditions.
This work is the non-profit basis and is non-profit.
Indian Support Association main income comes from the sale of genuine American Indian arts and crafts imported from North America, but we also support the membership, which can be given a free amount of money.
You can also donate a desired amount of our account.
The organization is of course deeply grateful that individuals, families, companies and give their support. We need more support members, and Donors. Help us and help by giving a few dollars to this suffering proud indigenous people who have nothing. . Poverty is great!
You can be absolutely confident that your support goes where it should. Council takes place on Indian conditions and terms. This is a very important point! Our association works with multiple partners both in and outside Norway
If you want to support us or become member, please contact us. (Olav RedHeart) It is possible to donate directly to our donation account Cultura Bank: Konto stengt.
NO09Konto stengt (IBAN)
All donations go directly to our projects.
In Strong Love and Respect.
Olav Redheart Ramirez .