CCTV Receives $250,000 from Massachusetts Cultural Facilities Fund

December 1, 2011

Help CCTV Reach the Finish Line! 

Gala 1  This has been a most

amazing year for CCTV: we

were named number one in

the country for an

unprecedented 10th time,

and moved into beautiful

quarters to better serve


But, we still need your help with the new  

Campaign for CCTV! In order to take advantage of all of the potential of our new space, we must rely on friends like you.  We have secured 88% of the cost of the project.  The sooner we reach 100%, the sooner our energies and resources can be directed to increasing our educational and service programs!  


Please consider making a tax deductible donation to CCTV today. You can donate online or send a check to CCTV at 438 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02139.

CCTV Receives $250,000 from Massachusetts Cultural Facilities Fund 

On November 17, Governor Deval Patrick announced $7.4 million in grants from the Massachusetts Cultural Facilities Fund (CFF) to support building projects for nonprofit arts, heritage, and science organizations across the Commonwealth.
CCTV received a $250,000 award for the Capital Campaign for its new facilities. Other Cambridge institutions Lesley University and the Cambridge Center for Adult Education also received $250,000 the top award given in this round of funding.
“These grants will create new jobs in arts, culture, and tourism — three pillars of our state’s creative economy,” said Governor Patrick. “These investments will support our cultural organizations and allow them to serve the public with quality programs that will enrich our communities for generations to come.”

Learn more about CCTV’s

new facility and Capital Campaign!  


See What’s Happening  

at 438!      

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CCTV is EXPLODING with energy at our new home at 438 Massachusetts Avenue in the heart of Central Square!


* This fall, we opened the large production studio.

* A few weeks ago, CCTV went live from the Senior Center to bring up-to-the-minute election results to our viewers.

* The fall semester of the Youth Media Program is in motion, with students wrapping up their first projects.
*And, we are getting ready to unveil a new class schedule in January!

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