Pukuu, Cultural Community Services is a 501(c)3 non-profit charitable organization providing services for low-income American Indian families. We offer: relief to those in emergency situations; help in fostering, adopting, and educating American Indian youth; and cultural awareness of the First Peoples for all.
Pukúu and the Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians (Tataviam) partner with a national network of organizations to host Tribal Elder Job Placement. The National Indian Council on Aging, Inc. (NICOA) program Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) affords the both Pukuu and Tataviam to hired senior in the workforce. Through the SCSCEP Tataviam placed […]
The Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians and Pukúu Cultural Community will host 2014 Rudy Ortega Sr Park Clean-Up events from February to November. The Rudy Ortega Sr. Park Clean-up is a key component in the maintenance of a 3-acre park. Register TODAY! Work tools provided. Bring your own gloves and water bottle. Wear boots—preferably—or […]
Rebecca Pulskamp-Lewis A Native American teen from the Los Angeles area went missing on November 7th. Please share and keep her in your thoughts for a safe return. Rebecca may still be in the local area or she may travel to Orange County, Los Angeles, Indio, or Belmont, California or to the Morongo Reservation in […]
As part of the National Global Youth Service Day, Saturday, April 12, 2014 Pukuu held an amazing day for community young people to volunteer a day of service at Rudy Ortega Sr. Park. Many tribal youth participated in Pukuu’s event and took action to clean and release hundreds of ladybugs in the park. Video by Timothy […]
Pukúu Cultural Community Services kicked off its Native Talent Show on Saturday, May 18, 2013 in the City of San Fernando at Rudy Ortega Sr. Heritage Park. From young comedians to solo guitarist, performed their special artistry for 3 minutes in front of a cheering audience and to a panel of three judges. Special thanks to […]