Support us

Native Spirit Foundation is a non-profit organisation run by volunteers. As an independent organisation Native Spirit aims to provide grants to support indigenous communities and individuals in achieving a culturally viable education. Fundraising activities take place in different locations, throughout the year with all proceeds going towards Native Spirit Foundation projects.

GET INVOLVED

Dedicated volunteers who share a commitment to promoting indigenous cultures and values are always welcome. The skills that are required in the organising of Native Spirit projects are numerous and a variety of opportunities are available throughout the year.

NATIVE SPIRIT FESTIVAL 2018VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITIES

We are currently organising this year’s Native Spirit Festival (October) and specifically need help in areas of event fundraising/crowd-funding, press & promotion, media, graphics and WordPress.

If you are interested in volunteering for Native Spirit or collaborating in any way please write to us at nativespiritfilms@gmail.com and tell us why you would like to volunteer, your experience and availability.

DONATE & SUPPORT INDIGENOUS SPEAKERS 2018 VISIT TO UK

Further information 07412 233844

 

 

Supporters of Native Spirit

 

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SOAS STUDENT UNION

The SOAS Students’ Union is the official representative body of the students of SOAS – School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London   http://soasunion.org/

 JOSE NAVARRO

Danza de las Tijeras – Scissors Dance. Traditional indigenous dance/martial art from Peru. www.jose-navarro.com

    Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in the UK

 

Tumi

TUMI
Taking its name from an Inca dagger, Tumi was founded in 1978 by Mo Fini promoting fair trade crafts and goods with Latin America. www.tumimusic.com

 

AZTEC WORKSHOPS

Based in London, XIQUIPILTZIN is knowledgeable about a vast array of topics including: cultural history of the people of the Americas, and changes brought about to the Americas with the European contact. He conducts a variety of the Mexica (Aztec) ceremonies. He also shares his knowledge of the pre-Hispanic cuisine. He brings a message of peace, cooperation, and unity of all people.

THE NEW INTERNATIONALIST
With over 30 years of publishing under its belt, and more than 75,000 subscribers worldwide, the New Internationalist is renowned for its radical, campaigning stance on a range of world issues. www.newint.org

MOVIMIENTOS
Movimientos is an organisation dedicated to the promotion of Latin American culture in the UK and beyond; providing a platform for Latino artists living in the UK. It also works to provide a space for the organisations that promote awareness on issues relating to the continent . www.movimientos.org.uk

KAUSARY
Formed in 1995, in the UK, Kausary has a repertoire of traditional Andean and contemporary Latin sounds. Styles typical of the Andean highlands, coastal lowlands, Amazon basin and forest, Cuban, Latin are all played with a depth of emotion unequalled. www.kausary.com

MANU CHAO & RADIO BEMBA
Manu Chao and his band Radio Bemba are internationally acclaimed musicians with recordings of popular Latin beats and political lyrics.
www.manuchao.net/news/the-manu-elixir/

BLACKFIRE AND THE JONES BENALLY FAMILY

Traditional Navajo Indigenous music from the Dine Culture (North America) by the Jones Benally Family, and political punk rock, from the three youngest member making up the band Blackfire. www.blackfire.net

THE RAINFOREST FOUNDATION
The Rainforest Foundation is an international organisation that supports indigenous people and traditional populations of the world’s rainforests in their efforts to protect their environment and fulfil their rights. www.rainforestfoundationuk.org

ARKOLOGY
Arkology, a London-based Rasta Farai collective of musicians, artists and singers plays English roots reggae urban dub. www.arkologyx.com

KOGUI
Rhythms, dance and melodies from the Caribbean coast of Colombia – rootsy mix of African, Indigenous Indian and European flavours. www.khantara.com

GRUPO AMBAIBO
A new approach to Andean music combining traditional and modern instruments.