Partnership with Native Americans is holding a backpack drive through the end of the week to benefit Native American students in grades K-12. Donations made on their website (www.PWNA4hope.org) will go towards buying pencils, notebooks and other basic school supplies students need to be successful in the classroom.
“The first day of school is a milestone event for students, and the excitement of a new school year shouldn’t be tarnished by a lack of supplies,” said PWNA President/CEO Robbi Rice Dietrich.
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PWNA will deliver the supplies to Native American students living across northern Arizona with help from their network of partners at reservation schools and other tribal programs. Donations are also accepted during the school year to replenish supplies.