Black Mesa Resistance Camp logo on a white background.

There is a bin at the front entrance of UUCP, provided by the Black Mesa Resistance Camp group, whose mission is to deliver nonperishable food and supplies to those in need for Hopi and Navajo people in the Black Mesa area of Arizona. They also help with sheep herding, sheep shearing and wood cutting seasonally. Most of the people who receive food boxes are elders who live alone, without running water or electricity, and who resist relocation from their sacred land. The group follow the leadership of the Diné people as to what they need.

If you want to contribute to the bin, feel welcome to bring your donations of nonperishable food items, hygiene items and cleaning products through March 10th. The volunteers from Black Lives Matter Phoenix Metro and Mutual Aid Phoenix will distribute these items.

For more information about our BMRC’s charity efforts, visit them on Facebook @Black Mesa Resistance Camp or Instagram @blackmesaresistancecamp or on the web at BMRC.