The Omomuki Foundation is based in New York City and currently administers the following programs:
Omomuki provide funds and resources to non-profit organizations working in the areas of HIV prevention including safer sex, PREP, and Undetectable=Untransmittable education; HIV testing; and direct services for people living with HIV/AIDS. As of February 2021, Omomuki is also funding COVID-19 vaccination efforts targeting underserved communities.
We make grants directly to musicians to compose original music, and to choreographers to commission original music and its live performance.
Music Recording and Archiving
This program assists musicians in creating and releasing classical and jazz music. Examples include rehearsal and recording studio time, musician fees, mixing and mastering, album artwork, distribution strategy, performances, video, and sheet music.
Community Live Music
This program pays musicians to give public performances and works with non-profit organizations to include live music as part of their events.
Omomuki makes its loft space in New York City’s Flower District available at no cost to select non-profit organizations and artists for fundraisers, friendraisers, concerts, performances, and exhibitions.
Omomuki is a tax-exempt organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. It is privately funded and does not solicit donations.