Hopi winter gifting project to provide
food and needed household and clothing items in winter
when most needed.
All gifting is from a place of respect and thanks acknowledging
that Hopi people are carrying on a tradition that is
of importance to all the world. For more information.
Please make a selection.
Provide support for Hopi home repair projects with special focus on addressing health and safety concerns. We provide funds for supplies and to pay Hopi contractors. The recipient families provide volunteer labor.
Support for orchard/garden installations at Hopi in providing more of their own fresh food by planting orchards, berry vines, herbs and kitchen gardens with low water drips systems, mulching, contouring and other water saving permaculture natural garden techniques.
Support for Hopi school children with learning and sports supplies plus some youth that also are need of clothing, winter coats, and beds.
Cross-cultural education programs in Sedona/Verde Valley area (which is part of Hopi ancestral lands): provide support and coordination to bring Hopi people to share about life today, cultural information, arts, social dances with the interested public to provide a living connection to the descendants of the people who inhabited this valley for so many millenia.
Hopi ceremonial procession of snake dancers on a kiva roof, 1900
Cross-Cultural Exchange at Hopi: Provide the opportunity for schools and other off-reservation
groups to perform a designated village service project
in combination with a cultural seminar, such as one
done by a visiting California Waldorf high school group
in 2003. Our goal is to provide some base funding for
project coordination, planning and materials so more
interested volunteer groups could participate. Native
peoples benefit by receiving help with needed infrastructure
and respect and interest from the outside world. The
village project leader and cultural instructors receive
employment. Visitors gain by experiencing first-hand
the enrichment that comes from being part of the the
community and making a needed contribution.
Provide support for Hopi ceremonial activities throughout
the year such as helping with needed supplies. See article Hopi
Cycle of the Year.
Provide support for local Hopi groups that are working hard toward greater sustainability in the food system and expansion of Hopi farming, and for other groups working with local empowered to improve housing and economic opportunity.
We accept donations in support of our Hopi projects.
Our office costs, labor and gas are donated by our dedicated volunteers.
Our fiscal agent is Cornucopia Community Advocates,
a 501c3 Arizona non profit corporation based in Sedona, AZ.
Tax-deductible donations are made out to Cornucopia with Crossing Worlds Hopi Projects in memo field.
Mailing address: Crossing Worlds Hopi Projects, PO Box 3288, Sedona, AZ, 86340
to make a one-time donation:
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