We are committed to promoting
Native American culture.
Making drums is not a job, it is a CALLING for us.
Drumming is music,
but it also a healing tool.
This is Who We Are . . .
We have donated or discounted drums to schools to help children learn about the REAL Indigenous People of this country, rather than allowing them to learn only from the biased stereotypes of "Indians" portrayed on television and in movies.
We have sponsored cultural events, like Hand Drum Competitions, to showcase the talent of Native American singers and drummers. We hope to educate the public about the Indigenous People and Culture of the United States by supporting the beauty of their traditions and songs.
We partner with groups of caring people who have found creative ways to use drumming to improve the health and quality of life of our Elders, and for people with diseases like Autism and Alzheimer disease.
We have helped sponsor Native American Powwow Drum Teams so that they can play at powwows and share this wonderful culture with the public.
We donate drums to Drug and Alcohol Counseling Centers.
We have donated or discounted drums to Native Americans in prison so that they can practice their spiritual ceremonies. By doing this, we hope that Creator will guide them back to the good Red Road.
We have donated drums and our time to help build homes for victims of tornadoes, hurricanes and floods.
We volunteer in our community, at local food pantry, picking up trash on the side of our roads, removing downed trees from our neighbors' yards, and donating firewood.
We give presentations on Native American Spirituality at local churches.
We partner with wildlife rescue efforts, donating drums or giving discounts to horse rescue centers and support Wildlife Rescue Centers.
When you buy a drum from The Drum People, you support the causes we support.
We are people who want to Change the World.