Our Mission is to protect by supporting native rights and sovereignty.
To preserve by assisting in the transmission and preservation of native culture.
To promote the native people (eg, by providing educational support and supporting efforts that promote overall health, wellness, and healing, leadership and business development, employment opportunities and community building).
To provide for basic needs.
We are especially interested in supporting projects originating in Native communities that will be managed by those in the communities.
Priorities include children and youth, efforts to promote self-sufficiency, and education.
We believe that the education of non-natives on the following topics is critical to our success and will be of benefit to all people: The history, culture, traditions and present-day challenges of our first peoples.
We are 100% volunteer. No member takes a salary in exchange for their services.
We are in need of volunteers to serve as officers (Secretary, Treasurer, assist with and lead our projects, especially our reservation mailings (mostly new clothing, toy and, school supplies to the poorest reservations in the U.S.), and to help fund raise and with grant writing.
Arrows is located at 1206 Birch Avenue, Yardley.
Our Facebook page is Arrows4americanindians.
Upcoming Event: February 16th, 6:00-8:00pm at United Christian, 8525 New Falls Rd, Levittown. Speaker LJ Denemy, Ottawa & Chippewa, Water Protector (Standing Rock veteran) and educator’s (K-12) presentation: Water (is Life) & Stars.