In response to the Covic19 Pandemic and Quarantine and to help families adapt to our new reality, we have come up with creative ways to remain connected, and continue engaging with our members and support our communities during this difficult times.


We joined Mayor Marty Walsh, city officials and community partners in East Boston to make sure our Neighborhood is safe and the most vulnerable families get the support they need. We help to identify those who need immediate assistance to provide them immediate support by delivering fresh meals, vegetables, Hygiene Kits and financial assistance through the Boston Resiliency Fund. Within the past 4 weeks we have provide some financial support to 100 families in East Boston. We are directly monitoring 1500 Spanish speaking people and their families.

We are assisting individuals filling out unemployment applications, translating and connecting them with the resources available through the Government and local organizations.

Our mental health approach

As an arts and culture organization we are using our resources to help our Latino community cope with this crisis by providing free online activities to engage the whole families including cultural dance, music and arts classes, online concerts and festivals. Starting in July we will start one on one counseling with our new program “Art Couching PNL”.


Through our weekly radio shows broadcast on Super Boston 99.9 FM. simultaneously on Facebook Live we provide up to date information about Covic19. We interview local leaders, officials, experts on the health, education and business fields.


In may we launched the Latino Relief Fund to support local Latino artists and members of the creative community in all disciplines.

If you want to make a donation to our organization please check out the following options.

To order the T-Shirt Click on the link bellow.
When you get your shirt, take a picture, post it on social media nd use the following hashtags Iamvrocc #vroccboston #artsmatter

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When you make your donation post it on social media and use the following hashtags

#Iamvrocc #vroccboston #artsmatter

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Gofoundame Latino Artists Relief Fund

“It is incredible what Veronica Robles Cultural Center brings to this community.

Now a days youths are growing with lack of moral values but this organization is helping raise loving men and women with appreciation to their cultural heritage and respect to elders and community.”

Alberto Vasallo Jr.

Industry leader in the Latino media and entertainment worlds in New England and Founder of El Mundo Newspaper.

Helping raise loving men and women with appreciation to their cultural heritage

Veronica has created an amazing Spanish community at VROCC, we are so honored to be part of it.

My son Bodhi and daughter Thea started with VROCC in the year 2015.  I had searched for Spanish immersion classes of any sort, to continue on their journey of learning the Spanish culture.   Some of their ancestors come from Venezuela, but unfortunately no Spanish cultural traditions were passed on.
Finding Veronica, and what she has put together at VROCC is exactly what I was looking for:  a fully immersion Spanish environment, where children learn various Spanish cultures (dance, music, art, theater).
The plus (that I didn’t expect) was a loving, nurturing environment. VROCC community very much reminds me of what I grew up with in our Canadian German community, and I can’t say how thankful I am of what Veronica does to embrace the Spanish culture.
Friede our youngest started this year, and she can’t get enough of “La Bamba”.
Thank you Veronica!
Tiffany-Emil Jacob (mother of Bodhi, Thea and Friede)

We are so honored to be part of VROCC