About NAHA

David G. MyersStarted in 1993 by David G. Myers, Native American Heritage Association (NAHA) is a charitable non-profit organization dedicated to helping Native American families in need living on Reservations in South Dakota and Wyoming.

After seeing the extremely poor conditions Native Americans have to cope with on a daily basis, Mr. Myers knew he had to do something to help them. So the mission began to help as many Native American families as possible with basic life necessities and self-help programs. Over the years, we have provided much needed hope and dignity to many Native Americans that need a helping hand.

For 23 years, through the loyalty of our donors, NAHA has continued to grow. We provide food, clothing, heating assistance and other emergency programs to the Native American families struggling to make ends meet each month.

Sadly, Mr. Myers passed away in 2014. His daughter, Pam, has worked with him since the inception of the organization and stepped in to take over her father’s mission to provide hope to the Sioux tribes living in poverty on the reservations of South Dakota.

Please consider making a charitable donation to NAHA. Or, to ensure we can maintain our regular programs, you may wish to consider something more permanent such as a monthly donation. Charitable bequests and other planned gifts are also greatly appreciated.

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What Passengers Think

I made 33 concerts this trip, and my wife had to miss a few. We had to miss quite a few meals to make all the concerts, but it was worth it. Also made 3 photo ops. Coming from Alaska we seldom get the chance to see a concert much less 33 in 3-1/2 days. My rating is still the same, on a scale of 1 to 10, RLC is a 100 (yes, one hundred). Thank you Pam, may you rock on for many more cruises.

Will & Cindy Godbey, NON STOP ROCK Will & Cindy Godbey, NON STOP ROCK

My husband and I took a chance and booked our first ever cruise in December 2011 after listening to a radio commercial about a cruise with ZZ Top, George Thorogood and John Kay playing and cruising with us (among many other great bands!). This was “Woodstock on Water”! We have been on every one since and have made many new friends who we correspond with throughout the year and look forward to seeing every year. There should be a different word than “Cruise” to describe this because it does not compare to a standard cruise by any means. Seeing- greeting-hugging-taking pictures with so many of our idols – PRICELESS!! Pam and the NAHA staff do an outstanding job and we always book as soon as each cruise booking opens – no need to wait to see who will be rockin’ us! If you like classic and southern rock and have not booked this cruise, do not wait or you’ll miss out. It sells out earlier every year. (Love to all the Dfers and FB Rock Legends Cruise Fans and FB Rock Legends Cruise Party’ers!)

Judy Diaz, DON'T MISS OUT! Judy Diaz, DON'T MISS OUT!