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Give the Gift of Learning to Read, and change someone's life forever.
Our partners at Reading Solutions help children and adults learn to read with a proven system, phonics.
Any donation will go toward funding someone to learn to read. You can donate whatever you are comfortable with. It costs $99 to enroll someone in the program for a year.
Donations under $99 will be combined until they pay for a child or adult to be enrolled for 1 year.
To Donate to Reading Solutions and help others learn to read, use the button below.
Life Enhancement Programs - Rehabilitation for Addictions to Alcohol, Opioids, and others.
In conjunction with our approved supporters and network of not-for-profit organizations, we are proud to offer personalized support in finding rehabilitation facilities. This is now the primary focus of our "LIFE ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM" for Native Americans, Military (past & present), and ALL American citizens who qualify for assistance with drug / alcohol addictions rehabilitation.

If they qualify, rehabilitation could be at NO COST. Please contact us or ask your Tribe / VA / Insurance to contact us to see how we may help. We may have other solutions for anyone who is not completely covered.

Two American Indian Statistics compared to Non-Indian American Races are

(1) the rate of alcohol-related deaths is 178% percent higher for Native Americans.

(2) the death rate from chronic liver disease and cirrhosis is 126% percent higher for Native Americans.

If you can donate to our Life Enhancement Program, your support will help us adopt a proven National Program model for Native Americans, Military members, and American Citizens which applies known epidemiological methods to opiates. It addresses threats throughout the population. It provides a methodology to provide management of every case.

With your support, it will let us be more proactive in the prevention and healing for our nation's people with more positive impact in communities as well.
To Donate to our Life Enhancements Programs Now, use the button below.
If you or a loved one would like to learn more about seeking Treatment, use the button below.
Housing, Financial Literacy, and Self-Sustainable Solutions
Including but not limited to our "Oklahoma Regional Office", gift and donation project.

Financial Literacy presented with cultural understanding, as we provide, engenders a mind-set that promotes financial responsibility. This results in a desire to improve generational economics.

One of the tools we use is through Wise Debt Relief, which dramatically reduces the high cost of carrying debt.

Our main focus is on Native Americans (Indians, Alaskans, and Hawaiians), Military and surrounding communities. The lack of ongoing support for Financial Literacy has contributed to a lifestyle that is not financially self-sustainable. The poverty rate for American Indians living on reservations (31.2%) is nearly three times the national rate.

One in five homes on reservations lack complete plumbing facilities and less than 52% are connected to the public sewer system, which creates numerous health and environmental hazards.

Your donation will support our work with seven key principles of socially responsible behavior in our Native American Community Action Plan. Through your support our Native American Community Benefit Agreements will contain -

(1) accountability for developing housing solutions that meet the needs of all based on over $30B worth of established CHA's in housing.
(2) transparency in financial literacy training that addresses economic inequality.
(3) ethical behavior based on traditional Native American principles of justice.
(4) respect for stakeholder interests in that all people should have a decent home.
(5) respect for the rule of law using the Community Reinvestment Act.
(6) respect for international norms of behavior.
(7) respect for human rights that support sustainable solutions.

We do this work with partners who are signature to a Community Action Plan between the (NCRC) National Community Reinvestment Coalition (we are members) and Fifth Third Bank. Under the updated Community Action Plan, Fifth Third will increased its Community Development Loans and Investments (CDLI) goal to $9 billion from 2016 to 2020 and beyond.

We will shape products for Native Americans based on this work, which the bank agreed to "evaluate expanding CDLI activities" to include affordable housing, pre-development loans, non-tax-credit-related projects to assist with access to affordable housing, and support for economic development projects that support job creation and retention for LMI individuals and neighborhoods.
United Nations Native American Civil Society Programs
Support for us as part of the coordinating body for Native Americans, in matters relating to the concerns and rights of Americans in the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues.

There are more than 370 million indigenous people in some 70 countries worldwide. The forum is an advisory body within the framework of the United Nations System that reports to the UN's Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).

Your support will allow us to implement our work of the United Nations. This includes consultative status to the United Nations Economic and Social Council. This is one of the six principal organizations of the United Nations, responsible for coordinating the economic, social, and related work of 15 UN specialized agencies, including their functional commissions and five regional commissions.

CASH-CD in collaboration with FAU, NCBAI, and Longest Walk (Dennis Banks Teams ) etc. have spoken on the floor of the United Nations on May 20th 2016, and at the Lincoln Memorial, just to name a few of the events where we took action to help promote self-sustainable solutions. With your support we can do more.
"Jonathan T. Moss" Suicide/Abuse Prevention, & Health Solutions.
Suicide is a major public health concern. Over 40,000 people die by suicide each year in the United States and it is the 10th leading cause of death overall.

Suicide is complicated and tragic, but it is often preventable. Knowing the warning signs for suicide and how to get help can help save lives.

Suicide does not discriminate. People of all genders, ages, and ethnicities can be at risk. Suicidal behavior is complex and there is no single cause. In fact, many different factors contribute to someone making a suicide attempt. But people most at risk tend to share certain characteristics.

Prevention and Education are key factors with positive solutions including, yet not limited to, Military PTSD or those with higher risk factors or challenges.

Your support will let us hold a national conference in the study of Native American Suicide. Nationally, suicide tends to skew middle-aged (and white); but among Native Americans, 40 percent of those who die are between the ages of 15 and 24. And among young adults ages 18 to 24, Native American have higher rates of suicide than any other ethnicity, and higher than the general population.

We base our work on a report, published by the CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics, that highlights what Native American health experts have long known: Suicide among Native American youth is a crisis, and one that is not receiving the attention it needs.
Native American Veterans Support Groups (a NABVETS International membership alliance)
Since 1969, NABVETS Chapters have led the way in providing services to veterans and in addressing the many issues facing veterans, their families and communities.

NABVETS is a leadership-based organization, where the Veterans who start and grow Chapters are willing to be leaders in their community and an important resource for Veterans. NABVETS works to quickly respond to the needs and requests of its members.

Since 1998, NABVETS is a Congressionally chartered Veterans Service Organizations. NABVETS is also recognized by the Department of VA Office of General Counsel for the purpose of preparation, presentation, and prosecution of claims under laws administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs, as provided in Section 5902 (formerly Section 3402) of Title 38, United States Code (U.S.C.) and Sub Section 14.628(a) and (c) of 38 C.F.R
"Michael Shireman" - Native American-Upland High School-Business Development Grant
Business Creation, Growth Employment Creation, & Employment Creation in the from of financial and educational support are provided by this grant.

It is both securing your future and giving back to your community that was a key factor shared by Michael Shierman to our Founder John T. Moss, who in Mr. Shierman's honor set up this worthy grant for students that qualify based on approved factors.

Your support will help us draw on our work with partners who are signature to a Community Action Plan between the National Community Reinvestment Coalition (they are members) and Fifth Third Bank.

Under the updated Community Action Plan, Fifth Third will lend or invest $30 billion to low- and moderate-income (LMI) borrowers and in LMI communities over a five-year period from 2016 to 2020. Thirty billion dollars is 21% of Fifth Third’s assets, or 29% of its deposits. Fifth Third has a lending goal of $2.5 billion for businesses with annual revenues below $1 million. Fifth Third will introduce a small business line of credit, with credit card access at market rates, in the first quarter of 2017.

Your support will let us provide a grant to a student to study, in college, over $80B in like agreements to be adopted for Native Americans.
Thank you to our Sponsors & Supporters
We appreciate your support in our mission to improve financial literacy and provide the education and strength needed to foster independence for all Native Americans in Indian Country, Military, and collaboratively with Communities.
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