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Crossing Worlds Hopi Projects

News & Cultural Info

July 14, 2024

Winter Solstice
Setting the Pattern for the Year

At Hopi December is a time of quiet.  It is a time to share stories and to reflect on: how the year went, what was accomplished and what needs improvement.

This week, all across Hopi, prayer feathers) to bless all of life will be delivered to homes, villages and shrines all across the region far outside the boundaries of their reservation.

Hopi friends say that the thoughts and prayers you carry at this time of the year are planting seeds for your coming year.

This painting by Hopi artist Fil Kewanyama, “Hopi Prayers for Peace, Merry Christmas”, portrays the feeling of this sacred time of year.
acrylic on canvas (Copyright Protected–used with permission)

20th Annual Hopi Holiday Project is Underway

We have been having packing parties for the last 10 days for the Hopi Holiday Project December 16, 2018 distribution at Hopi.

Please see Press Release for more info.

Crossing Worlds Hopi Projects welcomes monetary donations (tax-deductible & qualifies for AZ tax credit):
++ to help us purchase supplies that enhance Hopi sustainability such as kids learning items, aspiring artists supplies, hygiene supplies for youth (including Hopi Foster Care) and elders, and farming tools.
++ to support programs such as those listed below.

Our fiscal agent is Cornucopia Community Advocates, a 501c3 Arizona non profit corporation based in Sedona, AZ.
Tax-deductible donations are made out to Cornucopia with Crossing Worlds Hopi Projects in memo field.

Your donation to Cornucopia Community Advocates qualifies you for the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit. You can receive a tax credit of up to $400 for individuals or $800 for married taxpayers!

Please mail donations to:
Crossing Worlds Hopi Projects,
P.O. Box 3288, Sedona, AZ 86340
drop it off at our donation table,
Sedona Artists Market next door to Harkins:
Saturday Dec. 15 and 22; noon – 4 pm.

CROSSING WORLDS HOPI PROJECTS, since 1999, conducts service projects on Hopi Indian lands in support of cultural continuance, self-reliance, self-esteem, self-empowerment and maintaining life (some are listed below). Projects evolve every year as we respond to Hopi advisors’ identification of needs.

All of us are volunteers – there are no paid staff.

HOPI PEOPLE maintain their Hopi language, culture and values with roots going back thousands of years. Core values for Hopi people include working together, respect, gratitude, prayer, giving and sharing. The Hopis manage to grow corn in the high desert without irrigation. Corn is life and proof of their faith, endurance and prayers.

They face economic challenges of living on a remote Indian reservation far from the resources of urban America.

Annual winter food and gift project for Hopi families in several villages. Includes youth learning aides, Hopi artist supplies, elderly toiletries.

We support Hopi Foster Care youth with purchasing folding beds, duffle bags, hygiene and school supplies. A few years ago we purchased 12 pieces of playground equipment for the 4 Hopi Head Start schools.

Hopi permaculture orchard-garden projects to increase local healthy food supply & train Hopi youth.

Support for Hopi based-initiatives which are working to restore Hopi traditional farming and healthy diet, economic sustainability, home repair, education, land stewardship, and cultural continuance.

Provide supplies for traditional activities.

Connecting Hopi people with resources, resource people that support their sustainability.

Cross-cultural learning:
++ Hopi presentations in Sedona area.
++ Coordinate with the Verde Valley Archaeology Center on field programs for Hopi youth and adults to learn about their ancestral sites in this area.

Blessings of this Winter Solstice and Holiday Season to  you.

©2016 by Sandra Cosentino and Crossing Worlds Hopi Projects
P.O. Box 3288 • Sedona, AZ 86340
1-800-350-2693 (for initial call only) • Office:  928-282-0846

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