Kids Learning Enrichment Support Needed
for Hopi Youth in the Village of Shungopavi
Shungopavi Village is under covid lock-down restrictions.
This village, the most traditional one at Hopi, has almost 1,000 people and has had 110 covid cases as of Oct. 19, 2020.
Gatherings are not allowed. School this fall is by remote learning. Hopi families welcome in-home learning enrichment.
Crossing Worlds Hopi Projects invites tax-deductible donations for Hopi kids learning enrichment for 330+ Shungopavi youth ages 3 to 18 during the coming school year. CWHP is communicating with the village administration on needs of the youth.
CWHP will deliver supplies bagged for each child at regular intervals throughout the school year to the Shungopavi Community Administration, who will safely distribute to all of the village school children.
The first delivery goal is August 20. And, with your help, there will also be an October and December delivery. We will continue into 2021 as donations allow.
Library for Hopi Youth in Shungopavi
Shungopavi Village has a goal to build a Youth Learning Center in a new modular building with the pandemic funding they are receiving. The Village used to have a library in their community building but it was water damaged.
The village now as a Wifi hub to support remote learning and we are inquiring if all the youth have needed laptops.
We are coordinating with Shungopavi Village to establish a library in a small building that is available now.
Crossing Worlds Hopi Projects, a Sedona, Arizona-based non-profit since 1999, welcomes:
Tax-deductible monetary donations to purchase supplies dedicated to Shungopavi Youth Learning Enrichment Support can be made on-line or by check; please see: https://www.crossingworlds.org/make-a-donation
Sedona drop-off location
Donations of school supplies, drawing pads and other arts and crafts supplies, sports items, learning games, hygiene/grooming supplies, healthy snacks (nuts, fried fruit, low-sugar granola bars) can be dropped off at:
Sedona Artist Market between 10 am and 4 pm daily (2081 W. 89A, next to Harkins Theatre). In-kind donation receipts can be supplied if you include your name and email.
For information: https://www.crossingworlds.org/support-for-hopis-during-coronavirus-emergency/: email email@example.com
If you want to shop for these Hopi youth:
(Please, NO used items except trikes/bikes in good shape):
- Preschool and early grades items to develop coordination and motor skills such as blocks & wooden puzzles; activity books/flashcards to learn colors, shapes, numbers, letters; and safe, soft type balls, books.
- Grades 1 – 5 activity, puzzle and reading books; card games such as Uno, board games, art and science projects items, math flash cards, safe age-appropriate sports items, Lego and other building type sets. Hygiene and grooming supples, books.
- Grades 6 – 12: solar calculators, 3-ring notebook paper, pens, highlighters, felt markers, acrylic paint sets, brushes, art pencils, drawing pads, art canvases, sports supplies, board games, new fiction and non-fiction books of interest to this age group (the village will set up a re-circulation program with the books so they will be shared as kids finish them). Hygiene and grooming supplies and other supplies to enhance online learning also welcomed.