Two new grants support the work of StrongHearts Native Helpline 

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StrongHearts Native Helpline has received two donations that will strengthen its operations in 2022. The glassybaby foundation has awarded a $15,000 partner grant in appreciation of StrongHearts “providing resources and a place for those struggling.” The Hickman Holler Appalachian Relief Fund of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee has awarded a $50,000 unrestricted grant “to support the important work of StrongHearts Native Helpline.” 

  The glassybaby foundation, located in Seattle, Washington, awards partner grants to non-profit organizations working within the foundation’s mission: hope and healing for people, animals and the planet. The Hickman Holler Appalachian Relief Fund of Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee in Nashville was established by Senora May and Tyler Childers to bring awareness and financial support for philanthropic efforts in the Appalachian Region and other communities in their home state of Kentucky. 

  “On behalf of StrongHearts Native Helpline and its board of directors, we are immensely grateful for these wonderful foundation grants,” said Lori Jump (Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians) chief executive officer, StrongHearts Native Helpline. “These generous gifts will ensure our ability to  continue carrying out our mission to provide supportive services to Native Americans and Alaska Natives impacted by domestic, dating and sexual violence.” 

About StrongHearts Native Helpline 

StrongHearts Native Helpline is a 24/7/365 culturally-appropriate domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans, available by calling or texting 1-844-762-8483 or clicking on the chat icon at 


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