See how St. Joseph’s Indian School, on the plains of South Dakota, provides the gift of HOPE to Lakota boys and girls.
St. Joseph’s Indian School provides hope, education and healing for students like Chance. Help Chance 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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Children attending St. Joseph’s benefit from individualized educational plans that follow nationally approved and accredited techniques.
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Two quarters a day guarantees a Lakota child receives the needed resources to help break the cycle of poverty, addiction and abuse permeating Indian Country.
The Akta Lakota Museum & Cultural Center is an educational outreach of St. Joseph’s Indian School. Shop for Indian-made products and discover more about the Lakota (Sioux) culture.
"Had it not been for St. Joseph's Indian School I'd still be homeless, being shuffled between family members." Make a difference in a Lakota child’s life!
We accept donations of clothing, soup labels, box tops and more. Learn about the numerous ways you can help a Lakota child at St. Joseph’s.
Have you ever checked out our planned giving options? In addition to a tax benefit and/or income for life, you will aid Lakota children for generations to come.
Our online gift store offers dreamatcher products, greeting cards and more. Your free-will offering directly supports the Lakota children in our care.