Our Volunteer Legacy

The Niagara Arts and Cultural Center would not exist today without volunteers like you!

Thousands of hours of volunteer time have been donated by hardworking volunteers from our community. Volunteers started this organization and are still the core of its success. Everyone from welcome crew, tour guides, maintence help, office staff, to the Board of Directors are important . There are a lot of areas in which we need help where you can donate your time and talents as a volunteer.

Be an Usher, Ticket Taker, Concessions Worker, Banquet Server, Gallery Assistant, Office Staff, Clerical Assistant, Cleaner, Maintenance Person, Fundraiser, Marketing & Publicity Assistant, Projectionist, or something else!

Volunteers of all ages (under 16 with parent/grandparent) are welcome at the NACC.  Here generations work together to protect our historic building, promote arts and cultural experiences and to preserve cultural heritage.

Become a Volunteer

The Niagara Arts and Cultural Center offers a wide range of volunteer opportunities to appeal to a variety of interests and abilities. Whether it’s several hours a week or several hours a year, we can use your help. The NACC is open to the public all year around. We will keep you apprised of the opportunities to help through a monthly newsletter. In it appears all of the up-coming events that need volunteer support, and many longer-term projects and programs that could use your help.

Volunteer benefits include free admission for yourself, and discounted admission for guests to events and classes, as well as admission to special “members only” functions. You would also qualify for discounts on gift shop merchandise. Last, but certainly not least, you will get the joy knowing how much you have helped support historic preservation, cultural engagment and neighborhood revitalization in Niagara Falls.

Here are just a few of the volunteer opportunities available at The Niagara Arts and Cultural Center

Docent: Guide tours through the NACC for individuals, school children and general visitors.

Visitor Greeter: Welcome visitors to the NACC and talk to visitors about exhibits.

Hospitality: Receptions and Events need a great crew of people to help with food prep and service.

Admissions: Assist with ticket sales and visitor information.

Clerical: Phone reception, word processing and other office duties.

Gardening & Landscape: Grass cutting, snow removal, community garden, flowers and trees.

Exhibits: Assist with the construction of new exhibits and the maintenance of existing ones.

Special Events: Assist with crowd control, food service, sales, registration, set up & tear down, etc.

Fundraising: Help plan and conduct the NACC’s annual fund campaign.

Marketing: Assist in promoting the NACC to both local and tourist markets.

Building: Help maintain the NACC’s large building

Programs: teach a class, organize lectures, aide with research,

Sign up to be a volunteer!

Speak with Drew Stella , Office Manager