Scholarships, saunas, performances, and more. Check out what we have going on.
The most important independent source of support for
Finlandia Foundation National has been fiercely Finnish since 1953; we champion our culture and heritage across the United States by supporting educational opportunities and promoting diverse, relevant and enriching programs.
With the closing in 2023 of Finlandia University, which was founded in 1896 as Suomi College,
FFN stepped in to become the caretaker of the Finnish American Heritage Center
and its extensive archives and artifacts, the monthly Finnish American Reporter,
the Finnish American Folk School, the Art Gallery, Price of Freedom Museum and North Wind Books store.
Click here to learn more about this project.
When you join Finlandia Foundation National, you become a part of the largest Finnish-American network in the United States.
Finlandia Foundation National is excited to bring you Finnposium, a variety of online chats, webinars, musical and other presentations related to Finland and Finnish culture in the United States.
Sauna is the most known Finnish word in the U.S., within and outside of the Finnish-American communities. Finlandia Foundation National has declared the last week in February “National Sauna Week” to build awareness and appreciation of this aspect of Finnish and Finnish-American culture.