Hoopa Community Corps Helps Rebuild Alaskan Villages After Flood

Hoopa AmeriCorps and Tribal Civilian Community Corps members rushed north when disaster struck villages along the Yukon River in Central Alaska to help survivors. Ice jams on the Yukon River in Central Alaska sent water pouring over the riverbanks and into towns and villages along a 1,200 mile long stretch of the river. Read More →

River Rights Committee Working to Expand Fish for Elders Program

The Hoopa Valley Tribe’s River Rights Committee met with volunteers and community members on Tuesday, April 9, to make preparations for what will be a large salmon run this year. Read More →

From Hurricanes to Hoopa and Back Again

“If there’s a disaster, we’ll tag people based on how badly injured they are,” Lopez said, “and people who were hurt the most badly would be the first helped when emergency medical services arrived.” Read More →

Grief Support Groups Planned for Hoopa and Willow Creek

Volunteers from Hoopa, Willow Creek, and downriver, learned Friday, Jan. 11, how to organize group support sessions and help community members deal with grief. Read More →

FEMA Officials Praise Hoopa Service Teams

Hoopa AmeriCorps and Tribal Civilian Community Corps (TCCC) members were praised by U.S. government officials for their hard work and dedication as part of the Hurricane Sandy relief efforts in New York. Read More →

Hoopa Volunteers Mobilized by President Obama

Volunteers from Hoopa Tribal Civilian Community Corps (CCC) and AmeriCorps are heading to the East Coast to help with disaster relief for Hurricane Sandy. Read More →

President Obama Commends Hoopa TCCC

AmeriCorps and TCCC volunteers gather once a week for a team building day. Last week they barbequed at Pookey’s Park and polished off lunch with a game of softball. Just recently President Obama called to congratulate the Hoopa TCCC AmeriCorps for their dedication and commitment to the communities they serve, adding the most important jobs […] Read More →

In Service of Others

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, "Life's most persistent and urgent question is: 'What are you doing for others?'" Each year, Americans across the country answer that question by coming together on the King Holiday to serve their neighbors and communities. The MLK Day of Service is a part of United We ... Read More →