Native American Cultural Center, Inc
229 Empire Boulevard
Rochester, New York 14609
Phone - 585.442.1100
Fax - 585.442.1128
Office Hours: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Cultural Center, Inc.
The Native American Cultural Center appreciates every donation we receive. Donations help us provide Language & Cultural Revitalization; Educational Funding & Workforce Development; Tutoring & Summer Youth Programs; Camp Sponsorships; & Community Outreach.
We also host Indian Tacos Days; Fry Bread Socials; Barbecues; & much more!
On this page you can click on our donate button and it will directly lead you to PayPal. If you would like to sign up for a membership you can also do so on the membership page by filling out the form and clicking on the Membership button. If you wish to only make a donation and not become a member but receive our monthly newsletter please provide us with contact information through our Contact Us page.
The Native American Cultural Center is in the process of having a movie night fundraiser, a multi-family yard sale with a barbecue chicken dinner, and a motorcycle poker run.
More information will be posted on our website and Facebook page once the dates and details are worked out.
The Native American Cultural Center has partnered with Vehicles For Charity as a part of their Vehicle Donation Program. If you are wondering what to do with your used car or truck, you can donate your old vehicle to The Native American Cultural Center, it is easy, convenient, and you may be able to receive a tax deduction.
Your donation would be greatly appreciated by The Native American Cultural Center and benefit our members and the community. All you need to do to donate is complete our online form or call 1-866-628-2277 and a representative will take care of the rest. Vehicles For Charity will pick up your vehicle, arrange to have your donation towed, and provide a tax-deductible receipt, all at no charge to you.
Call today 1-866-628-2277
We would like to say a huge THANK YOU to all who donated for the Hurricane Harvey Relief. All donations were sent to the Alabama Coushatta Tribe of Texas, Hurricane Relief Fund.