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Will you be our next Crew mate?

The CultureHouse Crew is a community of people who help support daily operations at CultureHouse with a monthly donation. As a Crewmate, you’ll get to see the full range of our work with behind-the-scenes quarterly newsletters, urbanism resources, special invites to virtual and in-person events, and a lot more!

By June 30th, we’re aiming to increase our Crew membership! Could you be our next mate?

To join our dream team, just select a monthly donation of any amount. Want to learn more? Check out the CultureHouse Crew FAQ.

Other ways to give

Looking for another way to give? We’ve got options for you!


Send us a donation over Venmo @culturehouse.

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Make checks out to CultureHouse and mail to:

16 Union Square
Somerville, MA 02143

What our partners are saying

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CultureHouse helped us to start thinking differently about what we might be able to do. We’re seeing that if we just start something that’s what helps to start new trends and shifts in what people do downtown.

—Pasquale Minichillo, Community Leader

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Supporting CultureHouse is important to me because they are helping to build the type of society that I want to live in. Opening welcoming spaces for play and joy, creativity and healing, learning and collaboration, and most of all togetherness is an ambitious but achievable mission. Plus, they do it all from a generous, inclusive, and open-hearted vantage point.

—Emily Cooper, Community Activist

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Community spaces free of the expectation of spending or having money are so deeply important. I was so incredibly happy to see a space like [CultureHouse Salem] and it was so lovely and welcoming. I live just 45 minutes away and am just here for the day, but I’m disabled and having this space to sit and enjoy art and quiet games and activities made the entire city suddenly more accessible and enjoyable for me for the day

—Shelby Monas, Salem Resident