Native American Outreach

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loyal Service to our Country. Family members are typically very supportive but unfortunately, some families live in remote areas that make it difficult or impossible for them to send frequent letters and support packages to their loved one who is serving in Harm's way...

and many do not even know that Packages From Home exists to help them support their deployed family member! Packages From Home, therefore, conducts a Native American Outreach at pow wows and gatherings.


Are you Native American or do you know a Native American family who has a deployed family member? Many families who live on remote reservations or who do not have Internet access are unaware that their soldiers can receive free care and comfort packages from Packages From Home while they are deployed. The goal of this outreach is to let Native American family members know about this important resource that can supplement their own support of their loved one. At each pow wow we attend, sign up forms are available so family members can request Packages From Home send care and comfort packages to their relative who is fighting in the War Against Terrorism - there is no charge to the soldier or his/her family.

If you have questions or if you would like to volunteer to assist us with this program please contact Laureen Chischilly-Keyonnie, our Native American Outreach coordinator. Laureen is of the Diné (People), and can be reached at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Laureen's son Marcus is a proud Marine and has served our country in Iraq. Laureen's vision is that every Native American serving our great Country receives every bit of support possible from his family, his friends, and Packages From Home.