Fatherland Foundation

Fatherland Foundation is a non-profit organization created to advance African culture, faith, tourism, and traditional values in the U.S. and worldwide. Fatherland Foundation is approved by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501 (C) (3) tax-exempt organization.

Mission Statement

The Fatherland Foundation promotes cultural resilience, equity, and well-being. We strengthen communities by fostering cultural participation and advancing traditional values worldwide. Our commitment to arts, crafts, media, design, and education benefits all, fostering a thriving African culture in the United States and globally.

Our Work

At Fatherland Foundation, we are dedicated to creating diverse cultural programs that provide opportunities for students, Africans, and non-Africans to immerse themselves in the rich cultural heritage of Africa. Our agenda encompasses African traditions, dances, music, languages, arts, crafts, and engaging cultural activities for all to enjoy.

Fatherland Programs

Transatlantic Exchange

Fatherland’s 2022 Transatlantic Exchange program supports US and European graduates to experience African culture and values firsthand through university, work, and host family interactions in Africa. The program allows one-month travel to Africa in the summer of 2024.

The Schools Program

The Fatherland provides free Afro-centric programs for children aged 9-16, either during the summer or as an after-school activity. These programs focus on educating children about African culture and traditional values while fostering self-awareness and bridging the gap in the standard school curriculum. The programs encompass a range of activities including dance, crafts, history, basket weaving, jewellery making, African cloth designs, dressmaking, and cooking.

Rediscover Africa Identity

Fatherland Foundation conducts extensive research and unlocking mysteries of the African. Africa has the longest record of human habitation in the world. The history of Africa begins with emergence of hominids, archaic human dated around 300,000 - 250,000 years ago.


Explore Our Collection of Afrocentric Publications, In-Depth Research, and Engaging Articles Covering a Wide Spectrum of Topics, Curated to Inform, Inspire, and Educate.
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Corporate Support

At Fatherland Foundation, we value and acknowledge your company’s investments in ways that align with your interests and strategic goals. Depending on the level of support and your company’s interests, we offer various benefits, including:

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