Celebrating our 30th Anniversary in 2021!
Join us for our Garden Party on Saturday, August 21 from 4 to 7 p.m.
Music by Eric Mintel duo, hors d'oeuvres by Seedlings and Sage, and open bar.
Sponsorships for the event are available.
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OUR MISSION STATEMENT
Dedicated to improving the quality of life for Native Americans on the Hopi, Navajo, and Zuni Nations by providing essential goods and programs which foster self-reliance and mutual understanding.
We offer 3 very special programs for our children. To learn more about our Food for Kids, Children's Clothing, and our Eyeglass Program, click below.
One focus to improve health on a reservation is to support students seeking degrees in health professions. ANA actively supports undergraduate nursing students at the University of New Mexico–Gallup with scholarships, licensure fees, and expanded clinical experiences. Scholarships for advanced degrees are also offered.
Through the efforts of the volunteer veterinarians, veterinary technicians and other assistants, free veterinary care is provided for Native Americans living on reservations ANA serves. ANA is helping to fund a self-sustaining veterinarian clinic on the Zuni reservation.
Making tied fleece blankets for Navajo elementary school children who board at school during the week is a great family project anytime, but especially now as we are staying at home. Last year we had requests for over 100 blankets. Making them now will have us prepared for next school year. Click here for more information.
Food for Kids
On the Navajo Reservation, 99% of children qualify for free school breakfast and lunch—part of a great federal program that ensures kids can concentrate on their studies, but one that doesn’t do much for empty stomachs outside of school. ANA partners with Gallup’s Community Pantry to offer bags full of healthy snacks to more than 800 students so they have food to eat over the weekend. During COVID-19, the number of children served has climbed to 1,300! The need for your help is great!
Congratulations to Kelly Manuelito who has been awarded the Daisy Award. This prestigious award honors nurses who go above and beyond and make extraordinary differences in patients' and families' experiences in healthcare. Excerpted from the award submission by Felicia Adams, Chief Nursing Officer at Rehoboth McKinley Christian Health Care Services, she said, “On the day we received our very first COVID patient, Kelly was the nurse who was her admitting nurse. It was a scary…