Camp Last Hope

Dave John, treasurer of PANDOS and weekend chef at Camp Last Hope, connected the inception of Camp Last Hope to the closing of the Road Home in 2019. 

“I hope the city [and] the state kind of look at the problem we have which they caused,” John said. “I remember delivering to the Road Home, and even though there were still people out there, at least they still had like 450 beds. But when they closed that down, it just made a big problem.”

Read the full article reported By Anthony Giorgio

At Camp Last Hope, community protects unsheltered people

Camp MniLuzahan & Creek Patrol Response

Camp MniLuzahan & Creek Patrol Response

On October 16, 2020 The Luzahan Creek Patrol set up some Tee Pees to help the unsheltered Indigenous Brothers and Sisters in Rapid City. The Rapid City Police department raided the camp, six people were arrested and released that Saturday  morning. The Luzahan Creek Patrol sought permission from the Pine Ridge, Rose  Bud and Cheyenne River Tribe to set up a camp for the unsheltered outside of  Rapid City.

They have made a call for help in supplying the camp. #LandBack

We answered that call and are organizing a fundraiser and Covid-19 testing supplies. Thank you to NextGen Laboratory for your help to supply needs to the camp, Pine Ridge, Rosebud and Cheyenne River.

Learn more from the NDN Collective reporting on Camp Mni Luzahan.

Blue Bird Flour Donations

Please help our relatives by providing quality flour. The next time you visit the Native American Trading Post, buy an extra bag of flour, and leave the donation at the store. We will pick up the donations and hand deliver them to the camp.

Native American Trading Post – 3971 S Redwood Rd, West Valley City, UT 84123

Camp Needs

Camp supplies wish list can be found here. Please donate Kitchen items before other supplies if possible.

Contacts for drop off locations:
​Salt Lake City Area – Lindsay Beebe (860) 490-7828 
Utah County – Dave John (801) 420-7288 (Please leave a message)
​Green River, Wyoming – Tomacita Ranger Becenti (307) 871-6131 ​

Support

Camp Mniluzahan needs volunteers, meals, security, first aid, medical support, monetary donations, and legal funds

​Visit their site to learn more about how you can help.​