Yamassee Indian Community



A Private Foundation

Redcrows Foundation is a 501(c)3 Private Foundation, located in the Fairfax/Allendale, SC areas.  Our mission is to be able to stabilize the Yamassee Indian Community. By this we mean the community security, housing renovations, farming, education, cultural events, clothing, arts and crafts, travel, etc…

There is so much to be done.  The Yamassee Indians are a proud Tribal Nation who receives no assistance what so ever from the Government  because they are not federally recognized.


But, in the Statute At Large, Great Britain recognized the Yamassee Nation, and issued a Statute for the better settlement of the Yamassee.  Throughout time, they have been written out of history, but then shown to still be here, surviving on their own.  Continuing with their traditional culture, passed down throughout generations.


— Our Aim

We also aim to assist the communities surrounding the Yamassee Indian Community and its residents.  This can be done in utility assistance, medical, education, scholarships, stipends, weatherization, clothing, maternity, home economics, and so much more.


— Our Mission

We want to be there for our elderly who is living on their small disability or retirement.  Some elderly people in the community have no one to come to see about them, help them clean their homes, assist them with their grocery shopping or paying their bills.  


— Full Help

 We will be there!  We want to be the Angels that they pray for, and do as much as feasibly and financially possible to make their last days loving days with no stress.



-Reservation Security Fencing

-Reservation Security Cameras

-Reservation housing renovations

-Additional housing

-High grass removal

-Farming equipment

-Playground equipment

-Driveway smoothing


-Directional Signs


-Path to History

-Yamassee Re-enactment*

-Sewing materials/notions*

-Basket weaving materials*


-Yamassee Museum

-Yamassee Clinic

-Yamassee EMS

*These items help the Yamassee remain independent and to maintain their way of life.



-Assistance with medical bills

-Assistance with utility payments

-Burnout assistance

-Shelter assistance

-Food assistance

-Baby supplies

-Elderly supplies

-Elderly home care

-Low-income home renovations

-Low-income weatherization

-Low-income medical care

-Low-income dental care

-Emergency fuel

-Emergency clothing

-Emergency Shelter


-High Grade/School Performance Stipend

-Real ID for High School Students

-Banking Education

-Home Economics

-Career Guide


-Arts & Crafts


-Basket weaving