About Soaring Eagle


My Indian grandmother, from the Tepehuane tribe, gave me my Native American name. She always said to me, “You soar like an eagle.” She gave me the name, Soaring Eagle.

I have devoted my life to helping hurting, needy people; especially Native Americans.

I believe God has raised me up to help the Native American people on the Reservations in the Southwest. I feel His call on my life like never before, as well as a deep, heart-felt love and respect for the Original American people.

I have seen, first-hand, the poverty on the Reservations. Many Native American Indian children live without many of the items we consider necessities – running water, refrigerators, beds and even electricity. And I have also seen, first-hand, the life-changing difference we make by providing nutritious food, clothing, shoes, blankets, clean water barrels and other basic necessities of life.

I can’t do this alone. It is only through the gifts of wonderful, compassionate people that we are able to bless our brothers and sisters on the Reservations. May God Richly Bless You. — Soaring Eagle