Enrichment Services for American Indian Families
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.
The Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians (Tribe) Education & Cultural Learning Department (ECLD) houses a family of services, the Teaching and Mentoring Indian Tarahat project (TAMIT) serving 9th through 12th grades and the American Indian Education Center serving K-12 services.$370.00 donated of $4,000.00 goal
Haramokngna American Indian Cultural Center, located within the Angeles National Forest, serves as a place to educate visitors about the five regional American Indian tribes; Chumash, Gabrielino, Kitenamuk, Serrano, and Tataviam.$610.00 donated of $25,000.00 goal
Pukúu News Feed
There are many ways you can keep up to date with the work of Pukúu, Cultural Community Services. All our reports, publications, news and press releases are published on the website, and if you would like to be in the loop with our more regular day-to-day activity you can connect with us on Twitter and Facebook. We also have a regular email newsletter containing a roundup of all our latest news and activity.
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