History of the NCPC
The NCPC was founded with a generous endowment from the estate of Miguel Rosner who was interested and supportive of Native American cultures...

NCPC was founded as a 501(c)(3) in 2000 from a generous endowment from the estate of Miguel Rosner who was interested and supportive of Native American cultures, along with his friend and associate Murray Edelman, and many participants of the Dance communities. In that year a Board of Directors and a comprehensive panel of wide-ranging advisors was established consisting of predominately Native Americans and other concerned citizens.

The NCPC's main focus is the support of the Native American Peoples of the Intermountain, Great Basin Plateau region, who have graciously shared their gifts with us. Our goal is to preserve the traditional ways, tribal cultures, and help secure the endangered sacred sites of those people and support Native American ceremonies in the region.

NCPC supports and practices the traditional way of not paying individuals to conduct ceremony. Instead, over the years we have sought to encourage and support worthwhile Projects. We look to the traditional Native American elders and their teaching who have great passion and a vision for a Project that is for the good of all the people— red, white, black and yellow— and especially for the good of Mother Earth.