Once again , our heartfelt thanks for helping us during the holiday season.  With the help of your dedicated program partners and enthusiastic volunteers, each holiday season has brought more joys and created cherished memories by the community of Cibecue.  It takes organization, dedication, and much work from all involved, but the efforts are abundantly rewarded by the joyous smiles of children and elders whose holidays are made a little brighter.

On behalf of the Great and Proud People of DISH’CHII’BI’KOH!”

“Thank you for the donation of clothing and food we received from Au’Inca Door of Hope during the Christmas Holidays.

We had a wonderful time handing out the items that we received. The tribal members and I want to say ‘Thank You’. I appreciated the generosity of what you did for the District II community. Once again, I would like to say ‘Thank you!’.”

Victoria Brewer
District II Councilwoman

Sister Mona,

“I just want to say thank you on behalf of the community of Cibecue.
You put a smile on a lot of people, especially the kids. Some of these kids never had a bike for Christmas.
You put food on their tables, blankets for their beds, even babies got pampers.
I just wanted to say thank you and your helpers, the drivers that drive all those miles to bring all these things to Cibeque.
I’m sure the good Lord will bless you back because it’s stated in God’s word that give and it shall be given to you. Not small, but BIG!”

Mike Lupe Sr
Liason for Chairman

To whom it may concern:

I am writing this letter to extend my deep appreciation for the gifts that were donated to the White Mountain Apache tribal members of Cibecue Arizona.

The gifts of food, bikes, bags, toys, and candies brought much joy to the needy that were given these items. The Christmas Season is the time of year we reflect back on our many blessings that have been bestowed upon us b the Creator.

Your consideration of our people is indeed something to be grateful for, and we look forward to communicating with you throughout the year. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact my office.

Ronnie Lupe, Tribal Chairman
White Mountain Apache Tribe

“I cannot speak too highly of Terry and Ramona Hill. For many years I have interacted with Terry, who is a successful businessman and well-respected leader of our community. While my acquaintance with Ramona is not as lengthy as my friendship with Terry, I have had the privilege of interacting with her and her organization in several attempts to help people who were in need of those services.

The Hills are extremely committed to their efforts of helping the less fortunate and I know the world is a better place because of them. I believe that with proper support and resources Au’Inca, Door of Hope will be a highly successful organization in helping to meet the needs of thousands of people both physically and spiritually.

I admire tremendously the dedication it must take to put together and sustain an organization such as Door of Hope and have a firm belief that not even one cent will ever be wasted, but will be used for the good of the people it was meant to serve.”

Mark Homer
Member, Texas House of Representatives