"We express our appreciation to the Cherokee Eye students and their instructors Tom Allard and William Anderson in the production of the film."
Free Store in Locust Grove, Oklahoma.
We offer aid in a manner designed to protect and maintain individual dignity. 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 Rainbow House is open Tuesday and Thursday from 10 AM to 3 PM. The store is closed when schools are closed for bad weather. Elders-in-charge firstname.lastname@example.org
There are no paid positions in the Cherokee Rainbow House. It is staffed and managed by an All Volunteer Group of dedicated individuals. Several grants from the Cherokee Nation were used to improve the operating conditions. Your donation pays for operating expenses, programs and other projects through out the year. Some sponsors designate their monetary donation for food, school supplies or crisis baskets.
Audrey Selken and Barbara Bower
Cherokee Rainbow House
Box 163, 101 Market Place
Locust Grove, Oklahoma 74352