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Brookline/Cambridge Community Center for the Arts, Inc. (BCCA / CCCA), is a non-profit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) public charitable organization. Tax ID number: 05-0548309

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Cambridge Community Center for the Arts Grand Opening, Feb. 10th & 11th

February 4th, 2020

Contact: Dan Marshall, Executive Artistic Director, CCCA (BCCA, Inc.), (617) 642-1444
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Cambridge Community Center for the Arts (CCCA) Grand Opening

Who: Cambridge Community Center for the Arts (CCCA — A division of BCCA, Inc.)
When: Monday & Tuesday, February 10th (3:30 to 9:30 p.m.) & 11th (12 to 11 p.m.), 2020
Where: 500 Kendall Street, Cambridge, MA 02142.
Why: Open house to launch the CCCA at Canal District Kendall.

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Individual Giving

As a non-profit organization, your contributions are important for us to carry out our quality arts programming. Your donation will directly support our non-profit’s newly established Cambridge Community Center for the Arts (CCCA), as well as individual programs you choose to specifically contribute to.

Grants, & Corporate Giving

The generous financial, in-kind, and community support of foundations and businesses, that we have received, especially during these pandemic times, has enabled us to serve hundreds of artists/educators and thousands of community members, and rapidly increase our cultural programming and community services.

Individual & Family Memberships

Memberships are an integral part of the CCCA budget. They are necessary to insure our fiscal stability and continued growth, to strengthen and expand our community and arts programming.

Corporate Sponsorship Opportunities

The Cambridge Community Center for the Arts (CCCA) is seeking corporate sponsors and partners to help revitalize and strengthen arts and culture in Cambridge, by establishing and contributing to the creation and management of thriving centers across Cambridge and the Greater Boston Area, and the activation of arts programming at local community-minded businesses.

Corporate Membership Program

Becoming a Corporate Member is a great way to highlight your company’s commitment to arts and the community. In turn, the wide-array of member benefits increases your exposure to a highly conscientious audience, while providing access to recreational and educational activities for the well-being of your employees.

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Jessica Liggero Three Quarter Shot at Faculty, Staff, & Volunteers Shoot on 3/1/2020 at the CCCA - Photo by Dan Marshall
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