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Solar for the Lakota Nation Youth

Bring Solar to the Allen Youth Center (AYC) and help the Lakota Nation gain idependence and continue to provide their youth with culturally enriching activities.

The Allen Youth Center supports nearly 4,000 Lakota children and youth at the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. Food is provided to the kids on a daily basis and daily activities include tutoring, music and art classes, astronomy, cultural events, etc. The One Spirit Allen Youth Center is also used for community events.

Providing the Allen Youth Center with a 16.5 kW solar energy system will save them limited funding. The money saved by AYC will allow them to be more sustainable, feed more children, and provide their youth with more enriching activities. This solar array will also help make the reservation a greener and more sustainable community.

PROJECT STATUS
$30,000.00 NEEDED
$18,691.00 PLEDGED

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