Cheyenne River Youth Project

Monthly Archives: February 2013

CRYP Gears Up for “Passion for Fashion” on Saturday, March 9

Less than two weeks remain before the Cheyenne River Youth Project®’s eagerly anticipated 2013 Passion for Fashion event. That means donors and supporters around the country have until Saturday, March 2 to send their new and gently used dresses, formal shoes, jewelry and accessories to CRYP’s East Lincoln Street campus. personal loans bad credit no… Continue Reading

CRYP Gift Shop Offers Wide Variety of Homemade Foods

Grown in CRYP’s All-Natural Garden, These Foods Are Available for Purchase in Person, by Phone or Online — All Proceeds Benefit CRYP Programming and Services When the Cheyenne River Youth Project® first took responsibility for the 2-acre garden plot across East Lincoln Street from The Main youth center in 1999, it was a major step… Continue Reading

Teen Date Night Commemorates Valentine’s Day and Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

When you hear the phrases “domestic abuse” and “dating violence,” you might think of adult men and women in toxic relationships. You might not realize that these destructive patterns may take root much younger than a person’s 20s or 30s; the unfortunate reality is that many teens are in damaging and even dangerous relationships, suffering… Continue Reading

Order Your “Gorilla Grams” and Participate in the Star Quilt Raffle

All Proceeds from CRYP’s Creative Annual Fundraisers Support Youth Programming & Reservation-Wide Family Services Fundraising is critical to the long-term operations of any not-for-profit organization, as the staff and volunteers at Cheyenne River Youth Project® know all too well. They also understand that creative, engaging fundraisers are outstanding tools not only to raise funds to… Continue Reading

Local Teens, Submit Your Ideas for an Indian Law and Order Commission Video Contest

The Cheyenne River Youth Project® in Eagle Butte, South Dakota, is inviting local teens to participate in an exciting opportunity through the Indian Law and Order Commission. The commission, created through the Tribal Law and Order Act of 2010, is preparing to make recommendations to President Obama and the United States Congress about making tribal… Continue Reading




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P.O. Box 410

Eagle Butte, SD 57625

Phone: 1-605-964-8200

Fax: 1-605-964-8201

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