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Your donations go right to the kids!

Whenever Love Has No Color supporters fundraise, they’re always amazed by the general ignorance most people off the Reservation have. They have no idea about the 3rd world conditions that exist there. Most people are used to donating to better know causes regarding illnesses and catastrophes.

Many authors refer to Native Americans as the forgotten or invisible people. They endured brutal and unrelenting genocide that carries on even today and most people aren’t aware of it.

Many people outside of the Reservation don’t have contact with Native Americans. They don’t understand the circumstances these forgotten people find themselves imprisoned with.

Most of the time when people donate to better known charities, they’re linked by a friend or family member who has suffered from a disease or catastrophe.

See, they’re only trying to help others that they may or may not know from going though similar circumstances.

A lot of people have strong emotions and drive to donate for research and cures for the disease that affected the lives of people they cared for.

It’s done all in the name of being humanitarian.

When you donate to Love Has No Color, chances are you don’t have a friend or a close relative that is Native American.

You don’t have that connection with people you don’t know.

It’s no wonder they are called America’s forgotten people and are almost invisible to the average American.

A lot of citizens are unaware that there are thousands of people, including kids, living in squalor right here in the US.

With Love Has No Color, the kids receive immediate benefits from your donations. No research that can take years, red tape, bureaucracy, or regulations.

These kids have waited long enough.

Building a geodesic solar-powered greenhouse or handing out backpacks with school supplies and high-quality, non-perishable food to families might not cure the problem, but it’s an immediate step towards the solution.

Don’t wait to make a difference in the lives of children and families on the Fort Peck Reservation. Join us in our summer trek out to Montana for Boot Camp!

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