About The American Indian Movement
The American Indian Movement—began in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in the summer of 1968. It began taking form when 200 people from the Indian community turned out for a meeting called by a group of Native American community activists led by George Mitchell, Dennis Banks, and Clyde Bellecourt. Frustrated by discrimination and decades of federal Indian policy, they came together to discuss the critical issues restraining them and to take control over their own destiny. Out of that ferment and determination, the American Indian Movement was born. And from there it has kept growing, each chapter is it's own and is responsible for it's own funding.
WHAT WE ARE DOING:
You make possible the work we do, Just in April 2019 alone we helped 24 people get out of homelessness and into housing. Also we helped 8 mentally ill people get into group homes and off the street. This is just some of the work we do all year long. We work for better education of children, getting people food and the list goes on.
WHO WE HELP:
We work with much more than the Native American community, we work with all people in the community's we are in. Your support will help us go on helping people in need.
HOW MUCH OF YOUR DONATION IS USED FOR THE WORK WE ARE DOING:
100% of all money raised is used for the help of the people we work with. We do not just work with Native Americans, but all the people in the community we are in no matter who they may be. It is written by the Great Farther that we should help our fellow man. Your donation is tax delectable and will go a long way in helping us do the work we are doing.
ABOUT THE PEOPLE THAT WORK WITH AIMG:
Everyone at American Indian Movement Georgia is a volunteer, there are no pay checks for anyone. The reason we can do this is all that work here have regular jobs and give of there free time they have.
We Thank you for your helping us do the work we are doing.