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Support the CCMCC ~ Become a Blue Note 

The Cotton Club Museum and Cultural Center greatly appreciates your support and contributions. Your fully tax-deductible gift will help further the mission of the Museum and support the CCMCC’s many programs, including museum exhibits, cultural programs, educational programs, and concerts Please give generously to help promote an understanding of and appreciation for the African American experience and its resulting African-derived culture!

Donors and supporters who contribute $25 or more in a year become a Blue Note.  Memberships are for one year and must be renewed to remain active. Length of Blue Note membership for Legacy donors varies based on the amount of donation. Visit the Legacy Giving page for specifics.

The CCMCC is a 501(c)(3) organization; therefore, our gift is tax deductible.

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“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’” MLK

General Volunteers

General volunteers are volunteers who assist in different and various ways, including greeting, registering, and monitoring museum guests, keeping the museum organized, and assisting docents with tours, educational programs, and events.

Special Event Volunteers

Special volunteers assist with special events being held at the museum.  Special events include educational and cultural programs as well as fundraisers.

Rev. Thelma Shaw Young Society

Rev. Thelma Shaw Young Society volunteers work as docents, leading tours and interpreting information for museum guests and groups.  Docents are a part of the fabric of the museum.  Their primary responsibility is to provide an excellent and interesting educational experience for museum guests.  

Volunteers are placed based on their general skills, interests and availability.  To get additional information or sign up, please contact Vivian Filer at 352-226-8321

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