We encourage our northern Los Angeles County community to join us as we donate supplies to the Standing Rock Sioux protectors at Sacred Stone Camp!
Donate to Standing Rock Sioux and fellow protectors?
The Camp of Sacred Stones was established on April 1, 2016 at the edge of the Missouri and Cannonball Rivers on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation to resist the oil pipeline that will contaminate their sacred water. The Indigenous-led peaceful and nonviolent resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline (#noDAPL) has gathered about 4,000 supporters from hundreds of tribal nations.
Caroline Ward Holland and son Kagen Holland, Tataviam, will be making the drive with supplies to North Dakota around Monday September 19th.
To read more about the cause, please visit www.standingrock.org
What To Donate?
Supplies for Sacred Stone Camp may include:
Camping Gear (tents, sleeping bags, blankets, shade canopies, flashlights), Food (Canned Goods, Herbal Teas), Water Jugs, Cooking Gear (Wares, Utensils), Tables and Chairs, Mobile Solar Charging Pads, Canvas and Exterior Latex Paint (Red, Blue, Yellow, White, Black), Generators, Batteries, Tools (Axes, Shovels, Saws, Matches, Work Gloves, Etc.), Laundry Soap, Rain Coats/Ponchos, First Aid Kits…
Supplies for Defenders of the Sacred Water School may include:
Pencils, Paper, Art Supplies, Coloring Books, beads, math and reading worksheets for ages 3 – 14.
To drop-off supplies, please visit either of our locations:
Between 7:00 am and 8:00 pm, Monday through Friday.
19615 San Franciscquito Canyon Road, Santa Clarita, CA 91390
Contact: Caroline Ward Holland at (424) 355-5699
Drop off time between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday.
Fernandeño Tataviam Tribal Administrative Office, 1019 Second St., San Fernando, CA 91340
Contact: Kimia Fatehi at (949) 235-2838
For monetary donations, please call Pukúu Cultural Community Service’s at 1-818-336-6105
Please donate supplies by Friday, October th at 4:00 pm. Thank you for your help!
Fernandeño Tataviam Supports Standing Rock Sioux
The Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians, and our non-profit Pukúu Cultural Community Services, fully support the Standing Rock Sioux and the local communities in this invaluable and historic fight against the hazardous, disturbing, and destructive Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). Read the Tribe’s letter here.