Variety enriches lives. FNCI contributes to cultural variety – I Chang Wen

Please make a tax deductable gift donation to FNCI – the only organization in North America that is dedicated specifically to the cause of supporting and promoting American Indian, Alaska and Hawaiian Native composers and musicians.

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We are looking for spirited individuals to support in our vision. Join Us! Please take a few minutes today and consider making a contribution to First Nations Composer Initiative (FNCI). Our goal is to raise $8,000 with this appeal. To make a fast and secure donation online please copy & paste to your web browser or if you would rather pay by check please make it out to Fractured Atlas then write First Nations Composer Initiative in the memo section and mail the check to FNCI P.O. Box 2642, Minneapolis, MN

Your donation will help FNCI continue to provide support and resources to:

  • Cultural Expression and Presence
  • Organized Information
  • Artistic Collaborations
  • Links to American Indian Music & Culture
  • A Voice and Platform for Indigenous Musicians

“NAPT exists to support Native media makers, which includes musicians. Native musicians have very few outlets for their work, and FNCI is one of the most important. Your support gives composers and musicians credibility and access to a broader network”. NAPT Executive
Director – Shirley Sneve

“FNCI brilliantly encourages and supports a wide range of original Native music that is Invaluable to the Native and non Native communities”. 2010/11 Donor, Mary Everist

“FNCI has become a resource that continues to spur artistic thought, collaboration(s), and refreshed interest through granting opportunities, news and updates on the work from other Native artists. Such a vehicle of cultural and artistic expression is vital to our continued strength as contemporary Native artists and holds true to the belief and intent of Dr. Louis Ballard”. Composer – Alan Lechuza

FNCI made the first year of my career a reality. FNCI Grantee Morgan Fawcett

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