Thanks to the support of our community we are delivering food and supplies to residents of the Navajo Nation who are struggling due to COVID-19.

Our partner Gerlene Gordy ("GJ"), At-Risk Youth Minister with the Episcopal Church in Navajoland, has been struggling for two years to get various relief into her reservation.

In March, she came to GCHope for help, " We only have 13 grocery stores in the 25,000 square miles of our reservation and all grocery stores are empty. The Navajo Reservation is closed and a Shelter in Place order is in effect by the Navajo Nation President. Our elders are in need, our families are in need, and we are in need",

GJ told us a lot of homes on the reservation do not have running water or electricity. She also asked for space heaters as the Shelter in Place order has not allowed them to go out and collect wood, essential to warming most homes. In the average residence, there are multiple generations who live under one roof, which means 10 to 12 people living in a one or 2 bedroom home.

We are committed to serving those residents in Navajo Nation but we need your help!

To donate to our Navajo COVID Response click the link below,

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Navajoland

by Giving Children Hope


Thanks to the support of our community we are delivering food and supplies to residents of the Navajo Nation who are struggling due to COVID-19.

Our partner Gerlene Gordy ("GJ"), At-Risk Youth Minister with the Episcopal Church in Navajoland, has been struggling for two years to get various relief into her reservation.

In March, she came to GCHope for help, " We only have 13 grocery stores in the 25,000 square miles of our reservation and all grocery stores are empty. The Navajo Reservation is closed and a Shelter in Place order is in effect by the Navajo Nation President. Our elders are in need, our families are in need, and we are in need",

GJ told us a lot of homes on the reservation do not have running water or electricity. She also asked for space heaters as the Shelter in Place order has not allowed them to go out and collect wood, essential to warming most homes. In the average residence, there are multiple generations who live under one roof, which means 10 to 12 people living in a one or 2 bedroom home.

We are committed to serving those residents in Navajo Nation but we need your help!

To donate to our Navajo COVID Response click the link below,