Pukúu, Cultural Community Services an American Indian 501(c)3 non-profit was establish by the Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians in order to empower Native American families. Since its inception in 1971 and reinvigoration in 2000, Pukúu has been leading the way in helping Native American families from the San Fernando Valley and beyond.

Our Staff & Volunteers

The expansion of Pukúu is due largely in part to the effort of the personnel, Board of Directors and many volunteers. Pukúu possesses a full-range of multitalented and adequately trained staff equipped to address all aspects of our programs. Our volunteers join our team to assist with program growth.

  • Rudy Ortega Jr.
  • Elisa Ornelas
  • Jose Mosqueda
  • Elisa Rivas
  • Alan Salazar
  • Lorance Orosco
  • Steve Ortega
  • Jessica Mosqueda
  • Ray Rivera

LETS IMPACT THE LOS ANGELES NATIVE AMERICAN COMMUNITY.

Help us make a Difference

Help us make a difference in the lives of those who are less fortunate. Due to the fact that our operating expenses are very low, your donations are going to help.

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