Nia Cultural Center
Nia Cultural Center is a community-based non-profit agency incorporated in the State of Texas in 1992. Located on Galveston Island, Nia is an educational organization with activities and programs focused on culture and history and their impacts on the lives of children, youth, and families. Nia also provides presentations and training to promote awareness and cultural competency in service planning and delivery in the community.
Two shining examples of Nia programs are the Black History Quiz Bowl and Freedom School
A fun and exciting game show where youth organizations in the Galveston Area compete for prizes by answering questions about Black History,
A six-week full day curriculum based on 3 life-enhancing components, in a literacy-rich summer program for children ages 5 to 18.
Championing the cause to defeat summer learning loss and giving every child an opportunity to succeed is the very foundation of Nia Cultural Center. Our scholars participate in an engaging literacy and character building program offering them valuable educational tools and life skills that help them grow in the classroom, now and beyond.
Our valued scholars participate in a meaningful six-week program based on 3 life-enhancing components: literacy skills that ignite their passion for reading; character strengths needed to make good decisions; and connection to a broader community that believes in them.
There are many ways to make a contribution to The Nia Cultural Center.
Become A Volunteer
Nia Cultural Center is largely a volunteer organization, with numerous opportunities to benefit from your skill and expertise.