There are many ways to support the Cultural Center, and your consideration of financial support is much appreciated. Whether a family membership, sponsoring an event, or making a charitable contribution, we know that you have many choices when giving your philanthropic dollars and it is essential that you understand why you are giving to the Cultural Center of Cape Cod.

Maybe you love the music cafes when you dance the night away with friends?

Or maybe you’re inspired by exhibitions like Mutual Muses or our annual Member’s Exhibit.

Possibly you are someone who wants to get up close and personal with art and takes a spin in a ballroom dance class or cooks a gourmet meal in the Culinary Arts Center.

Whatever pushes your arts and culture buttons, we are excited to have you. You should also know that when you give to the Cultural Center of Cape Cod, you are doing much more than supporting the arts and culture you have come to love and enjoy. Your giving also helps more than 40 organizations that are doing great things on the Cape.

The Center has become the gathering place for human service, education, and civic organizations that need space to convene and celebrate. We have been serving the community in this capacity since our inception, and, with your help, we will continue to partner on facility and staffing needs with our non-profit colleagues.

Click here to donate to the Cultural Center.

Thank you for your ongoing support. We hope to see you at the Center very soon!

To discuss other opportunities where you can make a difference, please contact Molly Demeulenaere, at or call us at 508-394-7100.



What others are saying about the Cultural Center:

“The Center has a reputation of fiscal responsibility that has led to the support of many donors.  Just three full-time staff members and an army of volunteers keep the Center alive and buzzing with activity demonstrating the commitment of this community to their Cultural Center.  This facility operates year round offering both after-school and summer programming for all ages.  The money that has been invested in the Center benefits the citizens directly.” Carol Woodbury, Former Superintendant of D-Y Schools

“The Cultural Center of Cape Cod is one of the most exciting and dynamic institutions this region has seen. With a reputation for putting on first-class event and exhibits … all on a shoestring … the Cultural Center of Cape Cod has in its brief history raised the bar for bringing a new level of excitement and interest in the arts to this region, through a cornucopia of works and interactive events that reach out to everyone on the Cape. … The Cultural Center is a beacon of excellence and pursues its mission by engaging all of us in the arts through meaningful, dynamic dialogue.”  Jane de Groot, Director of Program Resources, Duffy Health Center

“Very quickly, the Cultural Center has become a valuable community asset. … In our experience, the Cultural Center of Cape Cod has the organizational skills, the drive, and the results of many successful projects to become a major force in the artisan and cultural landscape.” Wendy Northcross, Executive Director, Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce

“We have worked with the Cultural Center of Cape Cod on many occasions. Their professional staff consistently meets and exceeds our high expectations. Their dedication to our region’s young people, emerging artists, and under-served populations speaks to their philosophy of inclusion and accessibility and has tangibly benefited our cultural community.” Margaret Van Sciver, Past President, Arts Foundation of Cape Cod

“The Center is committed to its mission and seeks out every opportunity to touch the lives of people on Cape Cod. It is a great asset to our community.” Pat Janiak, former Director of Development, Cape Abilities



Our members mean the world to us. Their annual dues help to fund our facility, programs, and the many ways we assist artists and enrich the Cape’s cultural community.

In return, our members receive:

  • a monthly newsletter full of information about what’s been happening and what’s on tap for the weeks ahead
  • discounts on many events and classes
  • a chance to exhibit artwork during our annual Members’ Exhibition
  • an invitation to our annual Members’ Reception
  • special offers and opportunities from area merchants
  • and the satisfaction of supporting an award-winning organization that serves as both an arts center and a community center for the entire Cape.

It’s quick and easy to become a member. Stop by the Center to join in person, call 508-394-7100 to sign up over the phone, click here: Membership Brochure to print out and mail in a membership form or sign up online by clicking here.


“I have chosen to become a member of the Legacy Society because the Cultural Center has so enriched my life that I want it to be a strong and healthy asset to the community I’ll leave behind.” Steve Abbott, Dennis, MA

The Cultural Center launched the Legacy Society in 2017 to honor and build a community of major donors who embrace the Cultural Center’s mission and want it to thrive.

These Legacy Society Donors have decided to include the Cultural Center in their Estate Planning, through:

  • A Charitable Bequest
  • Life Insurance Policies or Retirement Plans
  • Or any other kind of bequest, either during the lifetime of the donor or in his/her will.

To discuss an arrangement that best suits you, please contact our Executive Director, Robert Nash, at 508-394-7100 or He is happy to come to you or to meet you at the Center, whichever is most convenient.


Sponsoring an event at the Cultural Center is a strategic way to bring your needs in line with market exposure and fun for your clients or employees!

Art on Two Wheels

In the fall of 2019, the “Art on Two Wheels” Exhibit of Harley Davidson motorcycles and related artwork will offer extraordinary sponsorship opportunities at many levels. For more information, click here: Sponsorship Package

Great Gifts Festival – November 2019

This 2-day festival is sure to jump-start your holiday shopping as you mix and mingle with a wide array of artists and artisans.

Adopt a Classroom

Did you know that the Cultural Center provides FREE exhibition space for school-age children? Imagine seeing a child’s face as she brings her grandparents in to see her very own work hanging in the galleries next to some of the Cape’s finest artists. Your support makes these opportunities possible and leaves a lasting impression on budding artists! $500 per classroom exhibition

If you have questions about sponsorship, please contact Molly Demeulenaere at, 508-394-7100, or 617-875-3175.


The Cultural Center features several outstanding spaces available for naming, including the main hall in the education wing, the connector between the wing and the main building, and the wing itself. And two of the four galleries in the original, main building are also available. If you are interested in discussing naming rights for any of these spaces, please contact Molly Demeulenaere at, 508-394-7100, or 617-875-3175.



The Cultural Center depends on active and dedicated volunteers who serve in many capacities:

Reception Desk: Volunteers answer the phone, process reservations and registrations, welcome and assist visitors, process sales in the gift shop, and assist with clerical and other tasks as needed. There are usually two shifts, Monday through Friday, from 10am-1pm and 1pm to 5pm. Volunteers in this role will be trained to operate a credit card machine, forward phone calls to appropriate staff, and otherwise manage front desk operations. If you are interested in taking a weekly time slot, please contact Business Administrator Meg McNamara at 508-394-7100 or

Events: Volunteers help at events ranging from concerts to art receptions, classes to festivals. Duties may include preparing and passing food, pouring wine, assisting patrons, setting up and breaking down chairs and tables (if possible), and other tasks. We send a monthly email listing of upcoming events so volunteers can choose which they’d like to work. If you would like to be on our email list and receive training, please contact Volunteer Coordinator Nicki Palmer at

Buildings and Grounds: Able-bodied volunteers willing to help set up for events and/or break down afterward, paint as needed, assist with landscaping seasonally, and otherwise help keep the Center in good shape are invited to contact Nicki at the address above or Executive Director Robert Nash at 508-394-7100 or

And if you have a special skill—like preparing grant proposals, writing press releases, or managing data—please get in touch with Nicki or Associate Director Lauren Wolk at