PHILANTHROPIC CONTRIBUTIONS

Co-Chair Task Force  Children Exposed to Violence On Native American and Alaskan Native children

http://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/2013/November/13-ag-1213.html


HOSPICE VIDEO FOR CHILDREN

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=76GWcGi4lpM


ANTI FRACKING

 music video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0G_HbbRl4pU


BONE MARROW DRIVE

https://vimeo.com/10165670


Hiawatha Institute for Indigenous Knowledge

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www.hiawatha.syr.edu

The plan to create the continent’s first Indigenous Knowledge center began 12 years ago when a group of Iroquois leaders, inspired by the late Cayuga Nation chief Jake Thomas, met at Colgate University and pledged to do what they could to insure the ancestral wisdom of this land’s first peoples would survive. Among those at the first conference was the late Mohawk Nation chief Jake Swamp, the founder of the Tree of Peace Society.


peaceonearth

Founder/CEO: Steve Robertson

Project-Peace on Earth LLC is a hybrid profit/non-profit company founded for the global promotion and attainment of peace.

http://www.projectpeaceonearth.org/musicial-ambassadors-for-peace/

YMCA

Project to help students buy instruments.  Joanne sings “At Last

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The YMCA's music program released its CD entitled "Collaborations II: Jazz!", which features YMCA music students in top form, performing and recording with some of the jazz world's greatest icons, including: Javon Jackson, Bob Mintzer, Sean Jones, Leroy Jones, Jennifer Warnes, Jason Marsalis, Glen David Andrews, Brenda Russell, Scott Rutledge and Grammy winner Joanne Shenandoah! (Daughter Leah (R) - sister Diane (L)

CDs are $10 each and all proceeds help benefit 

the YMCA's Heroes Scholarship Program.

http://www.ymcatrivalley.org/





© Joanne Shenandoah 2017