Special Needs for Christmas and the New Year

Playing outside is fun if you have warm clothes!
Playing outside is fun if you have warm clothes!

We work hard to provide a safe, welcoming place for children and families to heal. People often ask what kinds of items we need the most, but the answer is simple — we need what you need.

Things like toilet paper and toothpaste that run out. A cozy pair of pajamas, slippers and a warm blanket for cold nights. Towels for your morning shower.

Cheyenne River Indian Outreach gratefully accepts a variety of household items to be used for our shelters and to help women establish a safe home of their own.

Right now, we are in desperate need of winter clothing — cold weather has arrived on the South Dakota Plains!

Immediate Needs:

  • All things Winter! This includes warm jackets in all sizes, boots, hats, gloves and scarves.
  • Sports bras
  • Women’s panties & socks
  • Twin bedding — mattress pads, sheets, comforters and pillows
  • Dishcloths
  • Dishtowels
  • Bath towel
  • Hand towels
  • Wash cloths
  • Disposable diapers in all sizes
  • Baby wipes

Ongoing needs:

  • Liquid hand soap
  • Laundry items like detergent and dryer sheets
  • Facial tissue
  • Women’s deodorant
  • Hair brushes
  • Hair combs
  • Hair ties
  • Toiletries
  • Night-lights
  • Children’s toys: ages 0-13
  • Table top toys: ages 3-13
  • Drawing supplies all ages

Any gift you are able to share can be shipped to:
121 Landmark Ave.
Eagle Butte, SD 57625

We’re grateful for every gift — thank you for your kindness!

Prefer to send a monetary donation?

Make your gift now!

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Our Mission

The Cheyenne River Indian Outreach (CRIO) mission is to eradicate violence and oppressive practices by supporting and empowering individuals, families and communities to promote justice, social change and non-violence.

Cheyenne River Indian Outreach (CRIO) is a tax-exempt
501(c)(3) organization.

Cheyenne River Indian Outreach
121 Landmark Avenue
PO Box 969
Eagle Butte, SD 57625-0969
(605) 234-3244

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