Nahitaa' Binaanish's Projects
Improving lives and homes in
through mentorship and prayer.
Home Repair, Mentoring, Wood Harvesting, Food Distribution, Education Support
Home repair projects for local Navajo families in need.
A tool lending program.
Ramp-building and repair for handicap access to existing homes
Many construction projects are done as job training and mentoring to teach skills to Navajo youth and people looking to better themselves.
TOOL BELT PROGRAM
Trainees who successfully completes a construction project will receive a fully equipped tool belt.
Home construction projects done in partnership with Navajo home owner.
Firewood delivery to elderly and confined individuals
Scholarships for Navajo women who desire to serve their community.
YOUTH AND FAMILIES
Healthy activities for youth and families
SAFE & WARM PROJECT
The Safe and Warm Project will fund wood stoves and chimney kits to those needing home heat assistance in the Bread Springs area of the Navajo Nation. In addition, it would use local mentors to work side-by-side with recipients to teach folks how to install and maintain safe stoves. This would encourage long-term relationships with stable local Diné community members who could help families adjust to rural winters. We have encountered a recent phenomena of of urban families returning to live on the rural reservation who have little or no knowledge of how to safely set up and monitor wood stoves. These families are often seeking to rebuild a life on the reservation after some hard times in surrounding cities. Our program would seek to demonstrate Christ's love by walking and working with community members on a long term basis.