Welcome to VROCC


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What We Do

As a Latin American cultural center, we seek to both hold space for Latinos to engage in cultural activities, and share space with people from other cultural groups, who wish to learn about our culture.

All are welcome to participate in our programs and celebrate with us at our festive events.

We create job opportunities for the youth in the traditional arts,  culture fields, and we support aspiring and professional artists, and arts entrepreneurs in the city.

We offer unique networking opportunities around arts and culture.

Through the power of arts, culture, and multimedia we build social capital and inspire community action for social change.

Our Story

VROCC was founded in 2013 as a non-profit organization, received its 501c3 status on 2016 and formed it’s board of directors in 2017.

Back in 1870 the first library branch in the United States was opened in East Boston, and in 2020 the same building became home to Veronica Robles Cultural Center.

VROCC  offers a save place where individuals, families, and college students  of all backgrounds  interested in fostering, sharing, and celebrating Latino cultures can come together.

Through its cultural programming, VROCC helps to elevate the image of immigrant communities in Boston and since 2013 has served over 40,000 people.

Through the eyes of the youth – Multimedia Program


Register for one of our dance, art, or music classes, that teach children and adolescents our Latin American heritage.

Volunteer Opportunities

We serve community members, families, college students, and groups interested in fostering, sharing, and celebrating Latino cultures.

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Volunteer with VROCC and help us to fulfill our mission of promoting Latin American arts and culture, as a way to make communities stronger and foster econimic growth among the youth. 

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Featured Foundation Sponsors

VROCC is supported by the The Shlomo Fund and the Cummings foundation and The New England Foundation for the Arts through the New England Arts Resilience Fund, part of the United States Regional Arts Resilience Fund, an initiative of the U.S. Regional Arts Organizations and the Mellon Foundation, with major funding from the federal CARES Act and the American Rescue Plan from the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Address: 282 Meridian St. Boston, Massachusetts 02128
Office Number: (617) 418-5915