Ways to Give


gently used local donations 

For those who live in or around Littleton, Colorado, we accept donations of gently used winter gear (hats, gloves, boots, snow pants or bibs, sleds), blankets or sleeping bags, outdoor gear, books and puzzles, sports equipment or like items that help with some of the environmental challenges.

monetary donations

Monetary donations are accepted to contribute to family support supplies, the toy drive, holiday community celebration, soup kit and toiletry kit creation, or other projects. 100% of any monetary donation goes directly to the organization and its charitable recipients. To make a monetary donation, please read the information below. Donations are tax deductible.

annual toy drive

Our annual toy drive is a highlight of the year! The toy drive gives kids, age newborn to 18 years, a special gift for the holiday season. Please visit the projects page for more details! 

family support donations 

Family support items such as new socks, underwear, hygiene items (soaps, toothbrushes, shampoo/conditioner), diapers, formula, wipes, school supplies, and other similar items can be dropped off locally or purchased from the Amazon Family Support Wishlist.

For questions about your donation, please fee free to contact us.


100% of monetary donations go directly to the organization and its charitable recipients. The organization founders, board members, and support staff are all volunteers. To make a monetary donation, please use the SQUARE or PAYPAL donation buttons. If you’d like to make an offline donation, please send a check made payable to Friends of the Lakota Nation to the address below. All donations are tax deductible. If you need an additional receipt for your donation, please contact us.

Friends of the Lakota Nation 

7819 Notch Mtn.

Littleton, CO 80127 


Alongside monetary donations, winter gear, sports equipment, blankets or bedding, food, diapers, formula, books and school supplies are always welcome! Please visit the link below to see how you can HELP!


Our work would not be possible without the assistance and partnerships of many great friends. If you’d like to join us on a trip or assist with preparations for a project, please JOIN US! 


Pine Ridge is a beautiful landscape coupled with challenges that have tested the resilience of the Lakota for centuries. To learn more about Pine Ridge and the Lakota Nation, please visit the EDUCATION page.