The primary focus of the "Rainbow House" is quality clothing freely given.
We also have shoes, toys, and household items that are collected by donations, and provided free to our customers.
School supplies and emergency food are also provided free and supplied with generous donations from our members.
We provide Crisis Baskets which contain household necessities to emergency customers.
Cherokee communities at-large in the country have provided the funding. (see Cherokee Communities Visit)
The Cherokee Elders Council promotes and preserves the Cherokee language, culture, and traditions through teaching and community involvement. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation, of action oriented, not politically affiliated individuals. The Elders operate a "free store" in Locust Grove, Oklahoma, clothing, household items, and emergency food are available.