Since opening in 1906, generations of children found enchantment, and a love of learning at the historic Carnegie Library at 240 Goundry Street in North Tonawanda, NY.

Today, the building is home to the Carnegie Art Center (CAC) – offering art exhibitions, live performing arts and art classes for all ages. With budgets for the arts shrinking, CAC is one of a shrinking number of local institutions taht children, teens, and adults can enjoy, learn, and experience the arts. 

Our goal this year is $1,000.00 to fund art classes for the children of our community. We want the Center to be that magical place for present and future generations.

Click the link below or to your right to go to our special fundraising event landing page and support the Arts!

https://www.givegab.com/nonprofits/carnegie-art-center
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

WHAT IS THIS?

Spring it On is an annual event organized by United Way to help nonprofits train staff and volunteers in using social media to connect with patrons, and raise funds through online events. It is free for nonprofits to join, and only a small percentage of donations are used to cover their costs. The rest of your tax-deductible donation goes to directly to supporting Carnegie's programing. You will receive a letter thanking you for your donation for your records.

Students learn brush techniques at recent youth watercolor class – 03/2018

The Carnegie Art Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Through your generous donations and support we are able to continue with our programming – offering educational classes, special events and unique exhibitions.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!