Fist To Cuffs Has Provided 507 Gallons Of Clean Drinking Water To The Navajo Nation And Seeking Your Help To Provide More

Top Quote The Navajo Nation has been hit hard by Covid-19, and now leading the nation's per capita rate of contracting the virus. Kaibeto is a small Navajo community about one hour north of Tuba City, Arizona, home of the largest native population in the Navajo Nation, and they are in need of support. End Quote
  • Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA (1888PressRelease) June 22, 2020 - Fist To Cuffs, a 501c (3) non-profit organization that focuses on providing clean drinking water to those suffering from poor water infrastructure and their professional fighter's fund ambitions, will be visiting Kaibeto, Arizona to provide 507 gallons of water to families suffering during the Covid-19 pandemic.

    Large swath's of the Navajo Nation suffer from poor infrastructure that has caused a water crisis under normal circumstances. Covid-19 has exasperated the problem by making it increasingly more difficult to receive food, water, and other life sustaining necessities, while claiming the lives of many of the Navajo elders. These are the people that have tried to pass on the authentic Navajo customs and culture to the next generations.

    When asked why Fist To Cuffs chose the Navajo Nation as a target, COO, Patrick Gasper, says, "We really just wanted to provide some drinking water to the families. Then we thought, we should not just provide water, but also document the Navajo Nation's experience with Covid-19. We did not want to sugar coat what they are really going through. But given the risk to ourselves and those around us we opted to just document the drive up to deliver the water to the Navajo Nation."

    Gasper also added that they are still planning to do a multi-part docu-series that tells about Navajo stories, culture, and customs as told by Navajo people.

    Fist To Cuffs sets itself apart by video recording their efforts and turning them into short documentaries to be streamed across YouTube and other platforms to provide transparency, educate people on where their donations are going, and to further brand Fist To Cuffs as an organization with a serious desire to fight for the needs of others.

    But for now, the hope is for the Fist To Cuffs' Fundly campaign,, to raise enough money to provide more clean drinking water for thousands of families in poor water infrastructure areas in the Navajo Nation and across the country.

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