FFAI Children Dance Troupe and Choir
at the Children Intl. Festival
Washington Mall, Washington DC
FFAI Rondalla with
former NYC Mayor Bloomberg
during an informal gathering
The Foundation for Filipino Artists, Inc. (FFAI), is a non-profit organization under IRS 501 (c) (3). Its mission is to help artists to promote and develop human awareness, cultivate the utmost potential of people to be able to take on leadership roles in training and human development towards global responsibility for the betterment of the global community and that in New York.
News and Updates
January 19, 2015:
- The Foundation for Filipino Artists, Inc., is celebrating its 27th anniversary in 2015!
- Visit the Events page to learn about upcoming events.
- Visit the Support page to see how you can contribute to the FFAI, the community, and the projects, such as the future community center, the summer program, and the after school program.
Since its inception in 1988 the FFAI has actively served the local communities in offering different programs to promote Filipino artistry and creativity as well as multi-cultural understanding and interaction. The Foundation has successfully acheved its goals especially among the youth and the senior citizens, and will continue to do so. We look forward to expanding our projects to include community and humanitarian services, such as providing educational counseling (by appointments only), immigration and legal services, and aiding the typhoon victims.
The Foundation for Filipino Artists, Inc., is committed to building our artists to build our communities.
Register for Programs
- Register for the 2014 Summer Program. Download the application, print, and mail it to the FFAI.
- For the 2014-15 After School Program, download the application, print, and mail it to the FFAI.
Computer-based After-School Program
- Homework and tutorial assistance for children with the help of today's technology.
Filartists Recovery Program for the Haiyan (Yolanda) Typhoon Victims in the Philippines
- Months after the destructive typhoon, Tacloban City and surrounding communities are still in dire need of assistance for recovery. FFAI is spearheading the 80-80-80 project, raising funds to provide 80 houses, 80 fishing boats, and 80 vegetable seedling packs to families in need.