Coming home to see these Warriors broken and battered is heart-breaking. So many of our vets are facing grave economic crisis and substandard living conditions. We had to do something about it. That’s why Native Vets (NAVA) was born.
Our founder is Major Clay Ramsey, and our board of directors include Charles Little Spotted Horse, Charlotte Moore, Brandy Maxcy, and Tonya Belile. The rest of the team includes Logistics Director Will Burritt and Programs Director Noah Holder.
I enlisted in the United States Marine Corps 35 years ago. The Marines helped me to go to college to be an officer in the Marines. I started out as a private in the infantry and ended my career as a reserve Major. I was fortunate. However, many others have not been so fortunate. That is why we have decided to do every thing we can to help these honorable Native American Warriors with a hand-up. I have worked with hundreds of programs on dozens of reservations helping people. We know what we are doing as a trusted partner in Indian Country.
We work with partner organizations who provide various services to Native American Veterans. If you belong to such a group who offers food boxes, energy assistance, soup kitchens, clothings boxes, rides to VA appointments, or a similar charitable program, then we may be able to help you with funding. By partnering with other organizations, we can help our veterans more effectively and efficiently. To partner with Native American Veteran’s Assistance and help those in need, please fill out our online form to “Request Assistance” by clicking the button below.