Building Trust: An initial $1,500 grant helped build a desperately needed health clinic on the Pine Ridge reservation

Nov 15th, 1994 | By | Category: 6-3: Philanthropy, Features
By Marjane Ambler

The Porcupine Health Board defied the skeptics when it transformed a $1,500 grant into a $400,000 solar-heated health clinic with a staff of nine. A certified rural health care clinic, it is one of only a handful of community-run clinics operating on Indian reservations anywhere in the country. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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