Miracle House Foundation is an Arizona Not For Profit Corporation dedicated to funding the construction of affordable housing for Native Americans and providing grants to other organizations committed to assisting Native Americans in need of adequate shelter. It is the conviction of Miracle House Foundation that the ability to obtain decent and affordable housing encourages self-sufficiency and dignity, which in turn strengthens the foundations of family and community.
Miracle House Foundation
Miracle House Foundation was founded in 2002 by business owner Margaret Rodriguez, an enrolled member of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community. Promising herself that if one day her company, Au’Authum Ki, Inc., were to become successful Margaret would find a way to give back to the Community. Seeing the need for home repair or home replacement, Margaret knew that was one way she would be able to contribute to her Native Community.
Miracle House Foundation is an Arizona Not For Profit Corporation organized under Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service. By granting funds to organizations or programs that directly improve the quality of living for Native Americans, Miracle House Foundation is helping to provide personal and physical well-being.
The Foundation is currently working with the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Housing Division and Senior Home Repair and Replacement Program to assist in an affordable and basic standard living. In the future Miracle House Foundation hopes to build relationships with more Native American Communities in order to further our goal and mission.