Gift a Hug in a Jar with this Simple, DIY Hot Cocoa Mix

Gift a Hug in a Jar with this Simple, DIY Hot Cocoa Mix

What better way to someone’s heart than through their stomach? Fry up some delicious sugary bread, bake some sweet hard candies — or maybe bottle up some cocoa in a jar — with the help with this interactive!With just a few ingredients and steps, it’s a simple last-minute gift bound to make a comfy i

Where to Best Volunteer Your Time This Giving Tuesday

Where to Best Volunteer Your Time This Giving Tuesday

Not sure where to best volunteer your time in celebration of Giving Tuesday? Consider taking this quiz to direct you to an event that may be happening in your community, per your own unique interests!The post Where to Best Volunteer Your Time This Giving Tuesday first appeared on Native Reach.

Giving Tuesday: How Every Act of Kindness Counts

Giving Tuesday: How Every Act of Kindness Counts

In the midst of the busy holiday season lies Giving Tuesday on November 30th. It’s a day that gives us the opportunity to reflect on the power of generosity and that every act of kindness counts! Consider taking this time to be part of the global movement that celebrates all acts of giving.In Native

User Takeover: Ways to Say Hello in YOUR Unique Tribal Tongue

User Takeover: Ways to Say Hello in YOUR Unique Tribal Tongue

Although it seems minimal, saying hello has the power to brighten someone’s day. This week, we encourage you to celebrate World Hello Day by greeting others in your native language. Whether you say hau, yá’át’ééh, or alo — use your hello to make an impact!Curious how other communities greet one anot

Eight Different Tribal Languages in Which to Say Hello

Eight Different Tribal Languages in Which to Say Hello

Preserving your tribal language now is a great way to continue the legacy of your elders and educate the generations still to come. Test yourself on your own tribal tongue, and those of others. How many “hellos” can you match to their respective language? Find out here!The post Eight Different Triba

World Hello Day: The Importance of Preserving your Indigenous Language

World Hello Day: The Importance of Preserving your Indigenous Language

World Hello Day falls on November 21st this year and is observed by people all over the world — specifically in 180 countries! It’s easy to celebrate and anyone can participate. It’s as simple as greeting 10 different neighbors or community members throughout the day.Although it seems minimal, sayin

DiaBEATable: Finally, Something Educational to Get Stuck in Your Head.

DiaBEATable: Finally, Something Educational to Get Stuck in Your Head.

There are two main types of diabetes: Type 1 and Type 2. Type 1 diabetes is when your pancreas is unable to produce insulin whereas people with Type 2 diabetes don’t respond to insulin as well as they should — resulting in high blood sugar levels. Type 1 diabetes does not have a cure but it is treat

American Diabetes Month (World Diabetes Day is on the 14th)

American Diabetes Month (World Diabetes Day is on the 14th)

In an effort to show the world what life with diabetes can really be like, every November the diabetes community comes together to recognize American Diabetes Month. Millions of Americans are at risk for developing diabetes– so it’s important to find resources, get educated and make sure your friend

Interviewing A Service Member: What Does Veterans Day Mean to You?

Interviewing A Service Member: What Does Veterans Day Mean to You?

Veterans Day was yesterday, but celebrating and aknowledging our military members never stops. We had the pleasure of interviewing Isiah, our very own veteran on the Native Reach team. View his interview here to learn more about his experience in the military and what Veterans Day means to him! Use