Cuba Cultural Center, Inc.


Cuba Cultural Center, Inc. offers a place of comfort and support for all. At the Center, we encourage families by providing for basic survival needs, offering assistance to those who have long term or permanent needs, and by advocating through policy and justice work.

Regardless of spiritual status, income or address, anyone may benefit from the programs offered at the Center. We encourage and promote participation in our programs as a means of serving the local community and gaining invaluable skills.

Cuba Cultural Center acknowledges that we conduct our work on land stolen from the Haudenosaunee confederacy (more specifically, the O-non-dowa-gah or Seneca nation).We honor the proud and rich history of the Seneca nation, also known as the “Keeper of the Western Door,” which currently has a total enrolled population of nearly 8,000 citizens. We honor and respect their people, past, present, and future, and affirm the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People.

We hope that you’ll visit us soon!

Client Intake Information

Notice to Clients

This pantry CANNOT:

  • Charge a fee or accept monetary donations for food and non-food items you received.
  • Require you to provide a service, participate in a religious event or join any part of the organization as a condition of receiving food.
  • Refuse assistance to you based on race, color, age, religion, national origin, disability, gender/gender identity, sexual orientation or political affiliation


This pantry must implement guidelines and post them where clients can see them stating any limitations that would affect service, stating the following:

  • Pantry days and hours of operation
  • How often your household may visit this pantry
  • Form of identification, if any, necessary to receive food
  • Any service area restrictions (Example: serves only specific zip code or school boundary).
  • Reserves the right to refuse service to individuals posing a health hazard, who have been verbally or physically abusive, or have threatened harm to volunteers, staff or other clients


Designated Representative Information

  • I authorize the following individual(s) to pick up my food in my absence.  I understand that my agent is responsible to make food choices selections based upon the information I give them regarding my nutrition needs/preferences.  I also understand that Cuba Cultural Center reserves the right to change this policy at any time, and that the Center is not responsible for the timeliness of deliveries nor for food quality/quantity after it leaves the Center’s premises.
  • By signing this form you acknowledge that the Cuba Cultural Center is not responsible for the timeliness of deliveries, nor for the quality/quantity of food once it leaves our premises. You also acknowledge that it is your responsibility to inform your agent(s) of the times and dates on which food pick-up is available.

Your Team

Suzanne Flierl Krull

Carrie Lockwood-Veley

Andrew Krull

Dave Gaeta

Leah Weber

Board of Directors


Kelly Ann Kowalski



Earle Bluff


Vice President

Suzanne Flierl Krull



Teri Violet



Elisa Painter



The Cuba Cultural Center Board of Directors meetings are open to the public.

An updated 2021 list of dates will be available soon.

Contact us if you would like to attend.




The Cuba Cultural Center depends on volunteers.
If you are interested in volunteering with the Cuba Cultural Center, call 585-209-0052, drop by, or email us at info@cubaculturalcenter.org.
Try it out for a few times, and if its a fit you can participate in a volunteer orientation.
All welcome.