Ojibwe Thunder Basketball

A fun day was had by all as we watched these 7 young warriors battle on the basketball court today. The Ojibwe Thunder from the Leech Lake Reservation in northern Minnesota played hard and with a great attitude, fighting against some big schools and big teams in a St. Paul tournament. They won one and lost one but never lost their drive! Kevin, Dad, and I were proud to represent Gathering Thunder Foundation and took them out for a lunch celebration afterward which they all enjoyed.


Such a neat group of boys! We are hoping to help them further, possibly with uniforms, tournament entry fees etc. These kids were unshakable in the midst of big money schools. Just seven boys...with giant hearts! Priceless!


Special thanks to Gil Zamora and Cindy Kingbird for showing up for these boys, being a constant in their lives and excellent role models. It was a pleasure to meet and spend time with them today!

 

Thanks to all of our generous donors and sponsors, Gathering Thunder Foundation is honored to partner with our friends at Nottawaseppi Huron Band Potawatomi and their Youth Education and Summer Programs in Grand Rapids, MI.

Gathering Thunder Foundation is helping to sponsor the Youth Regalia Making Workshop.  In this workshop, youth will learn how to make and create their own pow wow and ceremonial regalia, under the tutelage of tribal elders.

Learn more at:  http://nhbpi.com/

Gathering Thunder Foundation was honored to host Horse Nations Day in August of 2016.  Youth and elder members of the NHBP enjoyed a day of horse education and interaction at Hidden Creek Horse Stables and Sanctuary, followed by a nutritious lunch and education opportunities at the home of Gathering Thunder Foundation in Lowell, MI.

Gathering Thunder Foundation is proud to be a financial supporter of this Annual Walk for Sobriety.

Gathering Thunder Foundation is proud to be a financial supporter of this Annual Walk for Sobriety.