Piti Piti Wazo Fe Nich Li!- Little by little the bird builds its nest.

Nich Cultural Arts is a non-profit cultural arts organization dedicated to providing arts enrichment through creative programing, activities and education. We are also passionate about international outreach to at risk children and families through educational and fundraising programs. Please help us to facilitate our vision by donating to our various arts and outreach programs. Every little bit helps. Piti Piti wazo fe nich li - Little by little the bird builds its nest! All donations are tax-deductible.

NCA Operations Fund

Nich Cultural Arts is dedicated to providing arts programming, expositions and international outreach. In order to facilitate our mission we need your help! All support on every level is very much needed and appreciated. Please donate generously, as we are a non-profit organization and depend heavily on generous donations by wonderful people such as you

NCA Arts Education Program

NCA Arts Education Program is a FREE program that is designed to expose youth to the arts through workshops, assemblies, projects, expositions and performances in an effort to bring basic art and instrumental instruction to children who would otherwise be unable to access such services. The NCA Arts Education Program is also dedicated to providing consistent employment opportunities to artists. NCA International Outreach Fund The NCA International Outreach Fund is a program that funds various programs around the world whose mission is to uplift and empower children, families and Mother Earth through creative means. Our goal is to support these programs financially as well as to foster cultural exchange and education. Some of the programs we love to support: Vimbainashe Learning Center
Who is Vimbainashe Learning Center? The Vimbainsashe Learning centre is school in Zimbabwe which is supported by Nich Cultural Arts.  It was established in November 1992 and it initially operated from Calvary Church in Mabelreign, Harare. At least 150 children are drawn from different walks of life are enrolled. The idea to start up this project came up when Sylvia Musasiwa was a teacher at Gateway High School which mainly enrolled students from the elite class. “I wanted to do something special for the underprivileged and hence the reason I came up with the plan to start my own school.Sylvia Musasiwa was born in a family of 11 children, and that included a brother who was deaf and mute.  Her brother’s disability inspired and motivated her to establish Vimbainashe Learning Institute, a centre for children with special needs. Nich has recently established a connection with the Vimbainsashe Learning centre in providing international outreach to the children and families through supporting their educational programs in the arts.

NationHouse Programs

Who is Nation House? NationHouse was founded in July 1974 in Washington, D. C.  NationHouse grew out of the student activism of Howard University community in the late 1960s. One of the oldest independent Afrikan centered schools in the United States and in the DC metropolitan area, NationHouse serves the specific needs of children of Afrikan heritage from pre-school to forth grade.  Today, NationHouse continues to serve families in the development and enculturation of responsible youth who are committed to their families, their community and their Afrikan culture/heritage. Currently, NationHouse maintains several fully functioning programs including Watoto School, serving pre-kindergarten through fourth grade students and The Afrikan Youth Organization (AYO), which provides after school activities for students. Nich has had a long-standing connection with NationHouse in providing arts education programs and financial support.