The HELP Project is headed to Standing Rock in December and we need your generosity and kindness now more than ever!!! We will be driving to Standing Rock in early December to lend our support and take supplies that will be desperately needed with the incoming winter. This fight is far from over and the protectors will need winter supplies so that they are prepared and healthy. With these necessities taken care of they can focus on the peaceful protest against the DAPL. We know there are people both near and far who want to contribute to the cause and show their support but are unable to make the trip to Standing Rock so here is your chance!! The HELP Project representatives will personally deliver the supplies and document the journey so everyone can see their donations hard at work! We are honored and humbled to carry our communities love and solidarity to the people of Standing Rock, and we thank you for your contribution.

The most needed items are:

Cash donations for firewood, propane and hay (to be bought there)

Gas cards

Winter clothing and extreme temp outdoor gear

4 season tents, sleeping bags and blankets

Bulk Non-Perishable Food Items (unopened in original packaging)

For a complete supply list visit:

Donation Drop Off Sites:


Brooke Shawver-Levin (4015 N. Prospect Ave) Front Porch

Sarah Spencer (4012 N. Farwell Ave) Front Porch

Whitefish Bay:

Angeline Saeian (6120 N. Lake Drive Court) Front Door


Kelly Roark Herda (8905 N. Iroquois Rd) Drop off in breezeway


Marla and Steve Shawver (436 W. Saddleworth Court) Front Porch


Chloe Bares (6099 County Road B)


Erica Fenske (250 N. 112th St.) Evening and Weekend Drop Off Only

We have also created an Amazon Wishlist (link below) based off the supply list the Oceti Sakowin Camp provided. We hope this makes it easy to donate and can be easily shared within your own networks!! Please ship all donations to the addresses listed below.

Brooke Shawver-Levin Sarah Spencer

4015 N. Prospect Ave 4012 N. Farwell Ave

Shorewood, WI 53211 Shorewood, WI 53211

All donated supplies (except firewood) are highly encouraged to be new and factory sealed. However, winter clothing is essential so we will gladly accept gently used items.


Monetary Donations:

Cash donations are acceptable, and will be used for needs at the camp fairly and equitably.  This is a traditional Lakota Camp; everyone’s needs are shared and met by all.  You may donate cash the following ways:




Checks or cash may also be sent to:

Oceti Sakowin Camp

P.O. Box 298

Cannon Ball, ND  58528

Please reach out to us with any questions!

Brooke Shawver-Levin and Sarah Spencer