Calling all corporations and nonprofits:

Gifts in-Kind (GIK) or non-cash donations are integral to meeting the needs in remote Tribal communities. Partnership With Native Americans (PWNA) accepts in-kind goods that are new, high quality and available in bulk quantities, typically a truckload or enough pallets to serve 250 people at a time. Can your organization make a difference for underserved Tribal communities?

Donors ship GIK products to our distribution centers in Arizona or South Dakota. PWNA transports GIK and purchased goods to our reservation Program Partners, who in turn distribute them to those in need — Elders, children and families. Donated foods must pre-date the “do not use by” date shown on the packaging.

The most urgently needed essentials include:

  • Nonperishable foods (soups, beans, vegetables, fruits, protein bars, MREs, cereal, oatmeal, coffee, healthy beverages, etc.)
  • Bottled water
  • Personal hygiene items (underwear, socks, diapers, lotions, shampoo and conditioner, soap, toothpaste, etc.)
  • Paper products (toilet paper, paper towels)

Items we cannot accept:

  • Used items such as clothing
  • Expired food or expired over-the-counter medications
  • Cigarettes, alcohol and other substances

As a tremendously important resource to PWNA, we continually seek areas for expansion to support our mission. If your foundation or organization is concerned with basic humanitarian relief efforts, or long-term, high-impact projects in underserved communities, we hope you will remember Partnership With Native Americans and the communities we serve.

Thank you to our current supporters:

Contact Us:

For questions or to learn more, please complete this form, call 214-217-2600, or email:
Jasey Jones, Director of Mission Advancement,
Shane Smith, Major Gift Officer,

Make A GIK Inquiry

At this time, we are only accepting
GIK donations in bulk from corporations.

"I appreciate your help and kindness.
It helps a lot since I'm here alone."

                      — Herbert, Navajo

"We really go through the wipes, diapers, body wash…Even dental floss means a lot. The little things make a big difference where we live."

                       — Erin, Winnebago

Although we are only accepting GIK donations in bulk from corporations at this time, there are still many ways to support our mission.

Other Ways To Give

SWIRC, NPRA, SWRA, RAR, AIEF, NRF, NAA, and SNRF are programs of Partnership With Native Americans