Our First Americans live in poverty. Suicide is epidemic. Substance abuse is the new normal. See how St. Joseph’s Indian School gives the gift of HOPE every day.
St. Joseph’s Indian School provides hope, education and healing for students like Chance and Jarrod. Help Chance and Jarrod now!
Developing the mind, body, heart and spirit of Lakota (Sioux) boys and girls since 1927. Help us continue. Our programs change lives.
We offer all our services — schooling, housing, food and so much more — for FREE. Tax-deductible donations keep our doors open and provide 200 Native American children safety, education and love.
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Support St. Joseph's outreach programs
St. Joseph's Indian School grants money each year to the Cheyenne River Indian Outreach in Eagle Butte, South Dakota on the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation.
Founded by the Congregation of the Priests of the Sacred Heart in 1984, Cheyenne River Indian Outreach opened its doors and continues to offer many services to the Native American community: