Water Delivery

St. Bonaventure Water Delivery Program


Help Us Solve this Water Crisis in America!

An estimated forty percent of Navajo homes still do not have access to clean running water.  That's why the St. Bonaventure Indian Mission water trucks are out delivering five days a week, year-round.

Please offer a gift today to help us deliver more life-sustaining water to more families, children, and elders living in remotes areas of the Eastern Navajo Reservation.

Our Goal for 2018

Our goal is to purchase and install 50 solar pump systems by year-end. The cost of a complete solar pump system is nearly $500.00. If ten friends could give $50.00 we would have another solar pump system installed.

Please consider making an extraordinary gift to cover the significant expense of purchasing and installing one solar pump system. Your gift – in any amount –will help provide the gift of water to Navajo children, families and elders in need.

WAYS TO HELP:

Please consider making a one-time gift or offer your regular support each month by becoming a member of our Good Shepherd Circle. With your help, we can provide the life-saving gift of water to the poorest of America's poor.  Thank you!

                     

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Information

St. Bonaventure Indian School is a private, Catholic school located at the southeastern edge of the Navajo Nation in Thoreau, NM. The school is one of the ministries of St. Bonaventure Indian Mission which serves the Diné of the area.

Contact Us

25 Navarre Blvd W , Thoreau, NM 87323

505-862-7847