Arrows 4 American Indians 501(c)(3)

Protecting, Preserving, Promoting, and Providing for First Peoples in the U.S.

Let’s put our minds together…

– Sitting Bull

The Mission

→ To protect by supporting interrelated Native rights issues.

→ To preserve by assisting in the transmission and preservation of
Native culture.

→ To promote Native people by supporting efforts that promote high quality education, overall health, wellness, and healing, leadership and business development, employment opportunities and community building, and through the education of non-natives on the topics of the history, culture, traditions and present-day challenges of first peoples in the U.S.

→ To provide for basic needs.


We are especially interested in supporting projects originating in Native communities, as well as those at promote self-sufficiency.

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This Month Arrows

→ Joined local Lenape for a first time event, a healing journey in memory of the walking purchase hoax (from Wrightstown, PA to Jim Thorpe, PA).
→ Delivered a message from indigenous front liners protecting the land and water to participants in the Climate Strike, Doylestown, PA, upon invitation from the youth-Led BSCAPE.
→ Hosted a booth at the Buckingham Peace Fair, Buckingham, PA, where we offered an opportunity for people to write thank you notes to indigenous protectors of the land and water.
→ Provided the following assistance: transportation and lodging costs for surgeries, automotive repairs, ceremonies (transportation, food, cedar), clothing and school supplies.

“Survival of the world depends on our sharing what we have and working together. If we do not the whole world will die. First the planet, and next the people.”

Frank Fools Crow
Teton Lakota Cerimonial Chief

“All things are bound together. All things connect. Whatever happens to the Earth happens to the children of the Earth. Man did not weave the web of life, he is merely a strand in it. Whatever he does to the web, he does to himself.”

Chief Seattle
Leader of the Suquamish And Duwamish Native American Tribe

We need Volunteers!

Volunteers are needed to request donations for our fundraisers (silent auctions) all year round, to lead event committees, to help advertise for our events (eg, distribute flyers), to locate suitable grant opportunities; to serve as officers (Secretary and Treasurer), to serve as educators (show movies in our catalog and speak/present on topic), to serve as leads for the vehicle assistance, reservation mailings and other programs/projects, and to host our booths at events.
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Timeline of 2018

  • January 2018

    Opening speaker for Native component of Martin Luther King Youth presentation at William Tenant High School, Warminster, PA

  • March 2018

    Guest speaker sharing on current situation/challenges in native population to Medical Mission Sisters in Philadelphia, PA

  • April 2018

    Showed the Standing Rock Documentary Awake, followed by 2 speakers, at United Christian Church, Levittown, PA

    Arrows had seats at and attended the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (native languages were a focus this year)

  • May 2018

    Presentation at Methacton High School’s Multicultural Day, Eagleville, PA

  • September 2018

    Educational Booth at Buckingham Peace Fair

  • October 2018

    Joined forces with Indigenous 215 in a demonstration against the Washington Redsk*ns mascot in Philadelphia when Washington played the Philadelphia Eagles.

  • November 2018

    Participated in Two Native American Sunday Services/Presentations: 1. Nov 11th at Arch Street United Methodist Church, Philadelphia, PA, and 2. Nov 18th at United Christian Church, Levittown, PA

  • December 2018

    $1,400 Lowes gift card delivered to our bike run beneficiary, a Veteran living on Pine Ridge Reservation in dilapidated housing who spent a good portion of his last 15 years (at least) chopping wood so that his community would have heat during the winter.

    Donated 1998 Ford F-150 (well maintained, reliable) delivered to its new owner on Cheyenne River Reservation.

  • Mailings

    December 2017- December 2018: Approximately 5000 pounds of mostly new clothing, new toys, new towels (200) and gently used clothing were delivered to the following locations: South Dakota: Oglala; Cheyenne Eagle Butte High School (Cheyenne River Reservation); Wounded Knee School District. Oklahoma: Cherokee Outreach. Minnesota: Oneida.

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Arrows 4 American Indians
Protecting, Preserving, Promoting, and Providing for First Peoples in the U.S.



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