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We are interested in hearing from you! Would you like to become involved or see how you can contribute to the Foundation for Filipino Artists, Inc., the community, and the projects? You can click on the Donate buttons below to donate via PayPal to the FFAI and its various projects. Paying through PayPal is secure.

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Future Multi-Cultural Community Center

For the FFAI's programs, space is needed. Please donate to help build a multi-cultural community center in New York.

OUR APPEAL: We need your help. For the cost of four cups of coffee, you can help us create a safe environment for Filipino-American children and seniors. The Filipino-American multi-cultural center is the embodiment of that goal--a place for athletics, music, arts, workshops, and history seminars to benefit the youth and senior of our community.

Please share in our vision and donate now. You can pay by check (payable to Foundation for Filipino Artists, Inc. and mail to 34-67 60th Street, Woodside, NY 11377) or through Paypal FFAI ACCT.

More than Academics After School Program

One of the Foundation's projects is the More than Academics After School Program, which started in Fall 2006. Reaching out to the children and youth from Elmhurst, Jackson Heights, Sunnyside, Long Island City and Woodside, New York, this year-round program offers homework assistance as well as exposure to the arts such as music and dance. The More than Academics After School Program is partly funded by the Rockefeller Brothers Funds, by Materials for the Arts, and by the friends and supporters of the Foundation.
People Support People

Manuel A. Rodriquez, Sr., is honored as the father of modern Philippine Printmaking. He studied with the Master Fernando Amorsolo and later influenced by modernist Victoria Edades. His painting and printmaking works are significant contributions to Philippine Modern Art since the post World War II period. In 1960, he received a Rockefeller Scholarship in Printmaking at the Pratt Institute of New York. He received the Pamana ng Pilipino Presidential Award in 2000. Aida Bartolome has graciously donated her paintings by this talented to sell to help raise funds for the Foundation.


Lincoln Center, 1994
Acrylic on canvas, 29.5" x 39.5"
donated from the collection of Aida Bartolome

Please send an email or make a phone call to make an inquiry about the paintings' prices. Go to Contact Us page for contact information.


donated from the collection of Aida Bartolome

Please send an email or make a phone call to make an inquiry about the paintings' prices. Go to Contact Us page for contact information.


donated from the collection of Aida Bartolome

Please send an email or make a phone call to make an inquiry about the paintings' prices. Go to Contact Us page for contact information.

 

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