Native Hope Food PantrY
Five years ago, we established the first-ever food pantry in this rural Native American community. Navajo households are among the most food insecure in the United States, where hunger afflicts three-quarters of our families.
There are fewer than 15 grocery stores on the entire 27,000 square-mile Navajo reservation. By comparison, West Virginia, which is about the same size, has over 2,000 food retailers operating in the state!
With your generous financial support, you have helped make Native Hope a critical food resource for families facing hunger on the Eastern Navajo Reservation. In the past 12 months alone, we have distributed more than 3,500 food boxes to Navajo families in need.
Our dedicated outreach team and school staff also continue to prepare and deliver meals twice a day to students, their families, and other isolated community members.
Please show your support today in helping us deliver more food boxes to Navajo families!