Morongo Provides 800 Low-Income Students with Free Shoes

Wiggling toes and excitement reigned as 800 low-income students from The Boys & Girls Clubs of the San Gorgonio Pass picked out free pairs of new, brand-name shoes and socks as part of a back-to-school program funded by the 2014 Morongo Charity Golf Tournament.

Kewet Celebration Puts Focus Back on Culture, Tradition

Cultural events aimed at sharing Indian traditions with those outside the reservation, seem to be just as much of a benefit to Morongo’s own people.
 

Morongo Knocks it Out of Park for Banning Pass Little League, Donates Thousands for Supplies

A single broken base. That was the only piece of equipment that the Banning Pass Little League owned when it began three years ago.
 
Desperate league officials crisscrossed Southern California for donations, “taking whatever used items we could get,” recalls League President Jim Price. But most of the equipment was in sad shape.
 

Morongo’s New Dial-A-Ride Program to Improve Mobility

The new Morongo Dial-A-Ride transit service will provide seniors, the disabled, students and others lacking transportation options on the Morongo Indian Reservation with a new means of reaching medical appointments, work, classrooms, grocery stores and other destinations.