Restoration is an independent, Non Profit 501(c)(3) Charitable Organization. Contact us for more information.
Restoration is involved in projects that benefit the Hopi people. We take a participatory role by coming alongside the traditional Hopi villages and its leaders, helping them to accomplish their goals and objectives.
- Plastering the entire plaza of Sichomovi on First Mesa, also done with village residents.
- A new porch with handicap access for Ponse Hall, the Visitor Center for the First Mesa Consolidated Villages.
- The reconstruction of a portion of the Bear Clan house in Sipaulovi on Second Mesa. This was accomplished with members of the family.
- A full size outdoor basketball court for two villages on Second Mesa.
- A new roof on the Shungopavi Community Administration Building on Second Mesa. This was a joint effort with many individuals from the village. We have also worked on other projects in Shungopavi.
- Addition and a new roof for the Corn Clan home in Mishongnovi on Second Mesa.
- Computers for village community & administration offices as well as for individuals.
- A new roof on the home of the Hotevilla (Third Mesa) Gospel Church in Hotevilla and several projects on the church building itself. Other projects were done in Hotevilla as well.
- Many other projects have been done for elderly and widows in traditional villages throughout the years and everything was accomplished through the generous gifts of many generous people.
Restoration sponsors Family Fun Night during the summer. This is an event attended by members of the entire tribe and usually held during the month of July. We also sponsor winter activities held in the traditional villages for the young and elderly. Several of the photos below are of the 2009 Family Fun Night. To see current activities, go to our News & Events page.
Restoration is involved in meeting genuine needs of the elderly in traditional Hopi villages through our Adopt an Elder Program. The purpose of our Adopt an Elder Program is to assist these elderly with food and basic necessities. We also assist the Hopi Mobile Library, the Hopi Special Needs and Hopi Head Start.
Restoration fully supports the visitor etiquette of the Hopi people. Our photographs have all been approved by village leaders and members of the families photographed. Below are a few of our many Hopi friends.