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Morongo, Korea Sign Historic Agreement Promoting Jobs and Economic Development

The first accord of its kind between a tribal government and the Republic of Korea is intended to help nurture new business and cultural opportunities.


LOS ANGELES, CA – Officials with the Republic of Korea and the Morongo Band of Mission Indians signed a historic agreement aimed at promoting economic development and job creation during a ceremony on Wednesday, May 18.

Morongo Honored for Supporting Local Business Community

Award presented at the Banning Chamber of Commerce Installation Dinner recognizes the tribe’s commitment to the region.

Morongo Helps Grant Holiday Wishes to 3,500 Children

Tribe provides $100,000 for annual Christmas Cheer All Year shopping spree to benefit disadvantaged children, including 600 kids from the San Gorgonio Pass.

ONTARIO, Calif. – Laughter filled the morning air Monday as 3,500 low-income children from across Inland Southern California eagerly hunted for their favorite toys during the sixth annual Christmas Cheer All Year shopping spree, sponsored by the Morongo Band of Mission Indians.

Morongo Donates 13,000 Turkeys to Mark 30th Anniversary of Annual Thanksgiving Outreach Program

The Morongo Band of Mission Indians has given more than 100,000 Thanksgiving turkeys

over the past three decades to aid families, veterans and seniors in need.


Beaumont City Council Commemorating Morongo’s Thanksgiving Outreach Program

On Nov. 3, Morongo Tribal Council Member Brian Lugo accepted a resolution from the Beaumont City Council commemorating this year’s 30th anniversary of the tribe’s annual Thanksgiving Outreach Program. Read aloud by Mayor Brenda Knight, the city’s resolution stated, in part, that “Morongo’s Thanksgiving program is part of a fabric of generosity that extends throughout the tribe’s history,” and that the tribe’s “unwavering commitment to helping the community has improved lives of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged in the City of Beaumont and the San Gorgonio Pass.”