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Navajo Strong

(385) 429-0020

NavajoStrong was created to aid the Navajo community during the COVID-19 pandemic and economic crisis. We strive to honor our ancestors and empower the Diné by working hard to help citizens who are affected by disease, poverty, and other health disparities on the Navajo Reservation. We continue our support by focusing on self-sufficient projects that promote health, culture, and empowerment in long-term and meaningful ways.


Gambler Home Improvement

General Contractor-General Contracting, Design/Build Services, Commercial and IndustrialBuilding Construction, Civil Engineering, Civil Earthwork, Site work, Grading, Paving,Underground Utilities, and Environmental Services.


I am the owner of Shi Jei the Navajo women t-shirt company that showcases the beauty and fierceness of the Navajo language and women.
Shi Jei is 100% Diné owned.
Shi Jei offers a wide variety of products such as women t-shirts, tank tops, leggings, and many other accessories.
Shi Jei is inspired by the many strong dine women who we believe should be able to represent their heritage through everyday clothing and accessories.


Navajo Nation Raised
▪️100% Navajo
▪️Native/ Pow wow apparel
▪️DM for collaborations

Native owned tshirt company, screen printing, graphic designing, and logo design for any occasion. 


Urban Indian Center of SLC
120 W 1330 S, SLC, UT
(801) 486-4877
Mission is to serve The People by honoring Native cultures, strengthening health and wellness programs and cultivating community


Utah K'e Project

Mariah Plummer main contact
Instagram: utahkeproject


Vicky Blackie

Mortgage Consultant call (801) 913-8960
She is a Native American realtor. She will help you with programs for our community! Contact her today.


Restoring Ancestral Winds
RAW is a nonprofit organizations 501c3 funded by the office of violence against women, U.S. department of justice in support of tribal domestic violence and sexual assault coalitions. 
(801) 561-7374


Indian Training Center Utah
ITEC is a federally funded workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act program serving Native Americans, Alaskan Natives, and Hawaiian Natives living in Utah. ITEC serves students in college or other training programs.

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