Fontana Native American Center
Our NDN Center
Fontana Native American Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, founded to serve the Native American community in the Inland Empire area of southern California (San Bernardino & Riverside Counties) and beyond.
We offer service programs as well as cultural classes, and gatherings.
FNAIC strives to improve the lives of all Native people as well as promote understanding and co-operation between urban NDNs, reservation NDNs, and the non-NDN community ... creating a better world for us all.
Fontana Native American Indian Center (FNAIC)
9232 Sierra Avenue Fontana, California 92334-1258
Phone : (909) 428-5660
Fax: (909) 823-0114
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Help FNAIC by Searching the Internet
By downloading the Freelanthropy search on your computer, and using it as your search engine, you will raise money for FNAIC with each click !!!
Click on the link below to download and your custom toolbar can be installed from the following link:
The toolbar is for Windows and Internet Explorer.
After install you should see the toolbar with your browser's other controls
and it includes:
*Our logo (temporarily a picture honoring Crazy Horse.
*Links to our site.
*Yahoo Search box.
*Programmable News ticker.
*Shop & Give links.
*Zoom In/Out feature.
'The smart way to keep people passive and obedient is to
strictly limit the spectrum of acceptable opinion, but allow very
lively debate within that spectrum'.
FNAIC Programs & Services
FNAIC Programs & Services :
- Native Youth Retreat Resources
- Transitional Housing Referrance
- Food Stamp Application Assistance
- Substance Abuse Counseling
- Eagle's Nest Healing Circle
- Native Women's Talking & Healing Circle
- Nature Walks
- Native Men's Talking & Healing Bench
Programs Pending Funding :
- Native Gatherins & Pow Wows
- Annie Mae's Food & Household Pantry
- Harold With Horn Transitional Housing Program
- Native Cultural Enrichment
- Native Beading Classes
- Native Language Classes
- Native American Library
- Native Song
- Native Dance
- Shawl Making
Click on the picture above to Donate to FNAIC (if no picture appears, click just above this top line) ..... DONATIONS NEEDED
Fontana Native American Indian Center requests donations of :
* Cash (used to pay our bills & workers, resume valuable programs & services)
* Items for Sale & Auction on Ebay (to raise capitol in order to pay our bills & workers, as well as resume valuable programs & services)
* Computers & other Office Technology (for our office & computer lab)
* Bookshelves (for our Native American Library)
FNAIC Board Members
Following you will find a list of our current board members, staff & client assistants, as well as past members who have blessed us with their energy and support.
Executive Director : Carol Ray
Governing Board :
- Ellis Ray - Special Projects Director
- Rober Baca, MAB - Property Aquisition
- Grace Little - Special Procurements Director
- Roland Begay - Dine' Spiritual Leader
- Julia Bogany, Ministry - Cultural / Youth Director
- Amee Carpenter - Assistant Executive Director
SBAIOIC Operations Board
- FNAIC Directors on this board are Ellis Ray, Carol Ray
- Dorothy Grant, Communty Liason
- Sarah Thompson, MA Ed., Educator/Musician
Advisory Board of Directors :
- Cinde Alvitre, Ph.D.
- Barbara Drake, Indian Education Counselor
- Ray Esqueria, M.S., Herbologise
- Tonita Largo, Golden Eagles Elders Society
- LeRoy Nattress, Organizational Coordinator
- Art Morales, Photographer
- Bobbi Ott, Geneologist
- Ken Pierce, Chairman Advisory Board
- Lorene Sisquoc, Curator Sherman Museum
Directors At Large :
- Priscilla Begay, RN Adminisrator
- Gary Bergman, Past Vice Chairman
- Brigitte Little Owl, Past Board Member
- Dennis Melford, past Vice-Chairman
- Lorraine Melford, past Board Member
- Roy Wade, past FNAIC Chairman
- Sandy Wade, past Board Member
- Ray Weeks, past Board Member
- Lorraine Weeks, past Director
|"Heal yourself-your physical and spiritual bodies. Regenerate yourself with light, and then help those who have poverty of the soul. Return to the inner spirit, which we have abandoned while looking elsewhere for happiness."|
|--Willaru Huayta, QUECHUA NATION, PERU|
|It is difficult to look inside ourselves, especially when we see conflict or confusion. During times of conflict we need to realize that we are talking to ourselves about our thoughts. This conversation is printing in our subconscious and forming our beliefs. During times of conflict we need to ask the spirit to control our self-talk. Only thorough finding that inner place and going there during troubled times will we ever find happiness.|
Great Spirit, You are my peace and you dwell within me. Let me look for You within myself.