A Public Charity Honoring Northern Cheyenne EldersLearn More
At Soaring Eagle, our primary focus is to help Northern Cheyenne Elders carry on their traditions and continue to teach those traditions to younger generations. We have constructed an assisted living facility in the rolling hills grasslands of Montana, in the heart of the Tongue River Valley. The Heritage Living Center provides a comfortable residence for those elders who might otherwise have had to leave their community and relocate to nursing homes hundreds of miles away.
Fireproof Window Blinds
$60,000 donated of
Leaking Roof Repairs – Two Repairs Needed!
$10,000 donated of
Cost for Meals, Shelter & Care for 40 Elders
$71,000 donated of
Building Security Upgrade
$23,000 donated of
Father Emmett’s Birthday Memorial Mini Pow Wow
Join Heritage Living Center friends, family, residents, and community members and enjoy drum music, camaraderie and, of course, a traditional meal.
Veteran’s Day Celebration
Come join our Veteran’s Day ceremonies and enjoy a Cheyenne drum group sing while veterans and residents pay their respects as a new American flag is raised over the Heritage Living Center.
In the mid 1950s, Father Emmett Hoffmann was sent to southeastern Montana to the little-known St. Labre Mission. What he found were people living in heart-wrenching poverty. For more than 40 years, Father Emmett ministered to the people of St. Labre while working to raise awareness and funds for the Northern Cheyenne people. His fundraising work led to the building of schools, homes and churches as well as to the creation of safe water systems.Donate Online Learn more
Each one of our newsletters contains information about what’s happening at Soaring Eagle, stories from tribal elders and fond memories of the past. It also helps you see how the donations we receive go to help the men and women we serve. We invite you to read our most recent newsletters, and if you’d like to receive future issues, we hope you’ll sign up below.Subscribe Now Read More
Soaring Eagle is a 501(c)(3) organization unaffiliated with any tribe or religion, and we receive no federal funding. We depend solely on the support of generous donors who share our vision and our commitment to honoring Native American history and heritage.