St. Augustine Indian Mission

Category: Education

This Year's Project: Picnic Tables

About Our Organization

Nestled in the rolling hills of the northeast corner of Nebraska is St. Augustine Indian Mission and School. St. Augustine Indian Mission has served the Native American people of the Winnebago and Omaha Tribes since 1909. Through the years, it has touched the lives of thousands of Native American children and impacted the lives of their families.

Current Project: Picnic Tables

Picnic tables for our new school.

Past Projects

  • AED Defibrillators

    Project Details

    Funds raised through Siouxland Big Give 2022 will be used to purchase defibrillators for the new school.  A defibrillator is a device that delivers a life-saving shock to someone suffering from cardiac arrest.  A cardiac arrest can affect anyone at any time.  The chance of surviving cardiac arrest jumps from 6% to 74% if a defibrillator is used within 3 minutes.

  • Flag Pole and Flags for New School

    Project Details

    Funds raised through Siouxland Big Give will be used to purchase a new flag pole, an American flag and a Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska flag.

  • Sports Equipment for the School

    Project Details

    Your gift will allow St. Augustine's to purchase two gymnastics tumbling mats, a volleyball net and two ball storage carts.  Thank you for your support!

  • Wellness Program Equipment and Incentives

    Project Details

  • Winnebago and Omaha Cultural Program

    Project Details

    The Winnebago and Omaha Cultural Program will expand opportunities for children to experience their heritage through language lessons, music, dance and guest speakers.

$3,250 Raised of $5,000 goal
$0 $5,000
23 Donors
St. Augustine Indian Mission

705 South Mission Dr.
Winnebago, NE 68071

(712) 490-5406

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