AIBA is a non-profit organization which provides support to American Indians on Reservations in the U.S. AIBA was founded in belief and committment to the betterment of lives of the Native American people. AIBA's focus is to provide American Indians living in poverty with basic necessities of food, clothing, shoes, blankets/quilts, and other necessities to help them live a more comfortable, quality life. What a wonderful thing to bring some comfort, some joy, and some compassion to a people so long ignored and in such need...The American Indians.
AIBA's mission is to give the American Indian people A New Day with New Hope.
AIBA is able to Make a Difference because of Supporters like You!
An elderly Navajo woman grateful to receive a handmade quilt
Making a Difference!
"Ladies of the First Baptist Church Quilting Ministry" in Canyon, TX
They make beautiful quilts, which they have so generously donated for the people on the reservations.
Ten! Ten! Ten!
-10 Years and Counting! Beginning with a few gifts from the trunk of the car to now - 2016...We had the largest U-Haul trailor available and 3 pickups loaded with food, clothing, quilts, and many other necesities destined for various remote reservations.
- New board member: We are pleased to announce the appointment of Brad J. Ingram to the Board of Directors of A.I.B.A. He will serve a 2 year term. He is responsible for helping to plan and implement the annual distribution of items to reservations. Brad brings a five year experience of work in this area. "To be selected to sit on the Board of Directors is quite an honor. It is my intention to continue the vision of this organization."
Brad was in New Mexico, attended schools in Albuquerque and Moriarty. He attended Eastern New Mexico University in Portales, NM as a history/physical ed. major. He is a 24 year employee of American Airlines and resides in Coppell, Tx. We are very proud of Brad and his willingness to serve.
-Board member Karen Tahmahkera Pennington of Watuga, Tx, daughter of Monroe and Patsye Tahmahkera. Raised in Fort Worth, Richland High School and Tarrent County College. She is on The Comanche tribal roll. Great great grandaughter of Quanah Parker, famous statesman, successful rancher and last chief of the Comanches. She is a legal assistant to Fort Worth attorneys, J Robert Forshey and Jeff Prostok for 30 years. Her involvment with charities, include local and global mission.
A little boy on a Navajo reservation in Arizona Happy to get a new pair of shoes