Hurricane Eta Disaster Relief Fund
Hurricane Eta Disaster Relief Fund was established by The Indigenous Miskitu Circle Corp, a nonprofit 501(c)3 to benefit relief efforts aiding the Indigenous communities of the North Caribbean Coast Autonomous Region in Nicaragua in the devastating aftermath of Hurricane Eta that touched down in the region on November 2nd, 2020.
All donations will secure emergency supplies and resources for the indigenous communities, including, but not limited to: clean water for bathing and drinking; food supply, milk and diapers; clothing; blankets; rebuilding infrastructure, shelter, and housing; toilet paper; zinc, medical supplies and supplements; generators; building supplies and tools such as boarding, sheet rock, roofing, ladders, wheelbarrows, shovels; flashlights, lanterns, and lamps; plastic sheet and tarp; batteries; clothing
support for survivors of natural disasters!
Help Kick-off the Indigenous Foundation
First things first, due to COVID-19 we have been unable to make sufficient funds to pay for the foundations office, which where volunteers and the CEO work to keep the organization going. Help keep our office going to help make change in the indigenous community of Nicaragua.
The Indigenous Miskitu Circle Corp is a 501(c)3 organization. Our goal of The Indigenous Miskitu Circle Corp is to empower the Indigenous Miskitu people and the community through health, environment, social, and education projects. Our goal is to strengthen the Indigenous and Nicaraguan people by providing self-sustaining programs including: awareness workshops, medical seminars, and resource management. Our vision is to see the Indigenous people empowered with resources for long term success. Our mission is to empower the Indigenous Miskitu, Ramas, Mayagnas, Ulwa,Twahka, Creole, Garifuna communities and the Nicaraguan people through health, environmental, educational, and social programs. Your support makes our work possible, and every donation matters. We invite you to learn about our giving programs and to support our efforts to change lives to our children on the Atlantic coast of Nicaragua. We're hoping that your donations can help kick-off the Foundation by paying the organization's work officespace and employees that are working hard to make this non-profit excel to better the future of Nicaraguan Indigenous communities.