Do you have Hita’nangwa?
Do you have a sincere desire to serve the community?
Do you like helping others?
Do you like taking the initiative to learn something new or challenging?
According to the Traditional Values and Visions of A Hopi, one who fulfills the meaning of Hita’nangwa is “a person who takes initiative to give aid without having to be instructed, asked, or reminded regardless if anyone will notice their effort, and because it will make a difference.” If you want to learn more about volunteer opportunities in our community, please visit our Nonprofit Community Directory to connect with a nonprofit of your choice.
Here are several meaningful ways to serve the Hopi community:
Non-local residents, groups or individuals interested in volunteering in the Hopi community are welcome and must contact our sponsored projects or community partners directly. Non-local volunteers will be required to arrange their own lodging and transportation. Please be aware that some challenges may be present to non-residents as both healthcare and some basic amenities are limited due to the rural location of our communities.