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Summer Camps

For 55 years, our FREE summer camps have been a life-changing experience for over 15,000 needy Native American children. Our children come to this summer refuge from the pressing poverty of their homes in Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona and Montana. 


Religious Training

We encourage our children's faith in God.  The children are motivated and inspired to believe if they trust in God and work with Him, they CAN be successful and happy in life!  They CAN change their world for the better!


Educational Opportunities

Our Eagle Flight Scholarship Program offers scholarship incentives that encourage our children and teens to excel in school, graduate and go on to college, vocational school, or university.


Emergency Assistance

School supplies, winter coats, shoes and food bank shipments

are all part of our Emergency Assistance Program to needy Native American children and their famlies.  Most live in poor Indian communties and on remote reservations. 

​Current Project

The Coronavirus pandemic has devastated the Navajo Nation, making it the #3 Coronavirus “hotspot” in America!  It contains 27,000 square miles making it the size of West Virginia, so if the Navajo Nation was a state, it would have the highest rate of Coronavirus cases per capita after New York.


Through our contacts with the Navajo Tribal Utility Authority, we have partnered up to purchase and deliver “family care packages” of food and water to poor reservation families who lack the utilities of electricity and water…and especially those families who have been impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic.  With only 13 grocery stores on the reservation, and most families being totally dependent on the U.S. Government for commodity food, these “care packages” are truly a godsend right now for these worthy people!  Each “care package” can be purchased for $40.  


Above, is one of our favorite camp photos that shows some of our happy Navajo campers at our Northern New Mexico Eagle Flight Summer Camp last August. 

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