to the Four Wind's Weavers in Arizona. This is a humanitarian, arts, cultural preservation, and charity organization that seeks to help the traditional Navajo people and
other Native American people with assistance.
We are a
grassroot traditional Dine'h (Navajo) people found in Arizona that
has been working together for over 30 years with the elders, youths,
and community resources.
Navajo rugs are world renowed for their unique elegant design that has proud traditions from the Navajo people. The Navajo
rugs are best known by their world wide elegant and distinctive
Native American designs. The Navajo weavers create their own sacred
traditional designs that relates the People. Each design within the Navjao rug
carries many sacred symbolic
meanings. It involves the Navajo legend story, herding
the sheep, preparing the wool, weaving the wool on a loom, and designing
the Navajo Rug. This whole traditional process enables to weavers create an Authentic Navajo rug. We will display many types and designs
of traditional Navajo rugs woven by the people. We are conveying
our message of cultural preservation to the global community. Some of the Navajo rugs have many history in their designs and if you were to have an Navajo rug please understand the whole aspect of authentic Navajo rug.
Donation to the elders with familes is greatly appreciated. We welcome
donations to Four Wind's Weavers nonprofit organization. Every donation
helps the people sustained their traditional and keeping the unique cultural design that can be found on Navajo rugs. bridge
with the world and convey the arts, agriculture and environment education awareness for all peoples. Your donations establishs connection
with relations to people who care about preserving our cultural
heritage teachings. Your assistance is greatly appreciated.
History of the helping the Navajo elders started in early 1980's. The elders also requested that they can also keep your
Navajo rugs in balance if you were to have one. They appreciate
in restoring the traditional Navajo rugs to their natural beauty
in which it was originally intended for. The traditional
Navajo weavers from Teesto, Big Mountain, and other communities
in Arizona were facing harsh times of losing cultural and ask Grandmother Grace Yellowhammer to begin convey the message of preserving their culture and humanitary efforts.
Join our list for latest updates with the people. Be a part
of the Four Winds Weavers community in achieving our cultural preservation. If your are interested in a particular rug or want more information on rugs that we have available then contact us so that we can also help the elders Navajo rugs provide as source of income. We aid the elders by translating Navajo and giving them an avenue to contact the elders if you
are interested in their traditional authentic Navajo rugs, sending wood, toys for children, and supporting the people.
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is a non-profit charitable, 501-C3 humanitarian, cultural, educational, and charitable organization which we provide needed supplies and relief
to the youth and traditional elders living on the Navajo land. All
contributions and donations associated with Grandmother Grace Yellow Hammer
must be have express written permission statement by Four Winds
Weavers. Your contribution is tax-deductible as a charitable contribution for Federal income tax purposes. This is the official website of Grandmother Grace Yellowhammer.