Amazon Smile Donation
Did you know if you shop at Amazon that they will donate .5% of every purchase to AIHFS? Now through March 31st, they will triple that donation to 1.5% on your behalf! This only applies to a first time purchaser though. This is a great way to support our work as we continue to try to meet the needs of Native American families and other underserved communities in southeastern Michigan. For more info about the 3 X donation use this first link. To register and select AIHFS at the organization to receive your donations use the second link.
3 X info: https://www.amazon.com/gp/browse.html?node=17652706011&ref%5F=pe%5F732550%5F275250400&pldnSite=1
To register: https://goo.gl/FHkHs7
April 9th and 10th, Sacred Bundle is holding an Applied Suicide Intervention Training (ASIST) workshop at the Double Tree Detroit-Dearborn Hotel. It follows up safeTALK and teaches people how to further communicate with people in suicidal crisis, safety plan, and more! For more info, please email Lauren Lockhart at LLockhart@aihfs.org Registration is limited!
Earth Day Celebration & Community Garden Cleanup
Sunday, April 22nd, 1pm-3pm, join Sacred Roots as they celebrate springtime, build community, and honor Mother Earth. For more info, contact Shiloh or Rosebud at 313-846-3718.
NUIFC Digital Divide Survey
Greetings from AIHFS,
We work hard every day to provide our community with the health, social, and educational resources necessary to live and succeed today. As part of that, we see people all the time who face significant challenges. And we do everything we can to help them and strengthen our community. Sometimes that means addressing their health needs, or providing after school programs for our youth, but today it means fighting for their access to technology and the internet.
Our organization is partnering with the National Urban Indian Family Coalition (NUIFC) on the first-ever national survey focusing on how the digital divide affects Native Americans living in urban population centers. The digital divide refers to the fact that 25% of households in America don’t currently have internet access. With so many resources available online, this is simply unacceptable.
Will you support our efforts by responding to this short survey? (found here: http://v2.decipherinc.com/survey/selfserve/1ff2/g134/180209 )
Thank you for your participation and for all that you mean to our community.
Field Museum Job
The Field Museum has a few positions posted within their new permanent exhibit of Native North America. They are encouraging applicants of indigenous ancestry to apply. For more info, here’s the link: https://www.fieldmuseum.org/about/careers
Cultural Sovereignty Fellowship
The Association on American Indian Affairs seeks a recent graduate of an undergraduate, graduate or law degree program to join AAIA for a year in the metro DC area for a paid internship to work on National policy on protecting cultural resources/heritage and Indian child and youth matters. Applications are due by April 23. Use this link to find the announcement:
Anishinaabe Environmental Justice Project
April 21st and 22nd at the Mary Murray Culture Camp, Sugar Island, MI. Youth centered environmental work by and for our Anishinaabe communities.