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MCC Faculty and Staff Giving Campaign








Faculty and Staff Giving

As an MCC employee, you make a difference every single day.

The MCC Employee Annual Fund is another opportunity to ensure student success.
Your investment bridges gaps and removes barriers for students who want to succeed academically, at work and at home. You can support MCC scholarships, program growth funds and capital improvements. You get to direct your donation. And, no matter how you decide to invest, the MCC Employee Annual Fund benefits all of us.

Together we make a difference and every dollar counts. Please consider giving the gift of education. You can download a pledge card or you may give online. We can even arrange simple payroll deductions so you can give for one year, pledge for multiple years or give a one-time gift.  

How can I make a gift?

  • Give now with cash, credit card, or payroll deduction
  • Complete, sign, and return your Pledge Card to the Foundation at FOC #1 by December 31, 2014
  • Join MCC 1200 - Recognizing the sustained and powerful value of MCC.

If you wish, you may direct your gift to one of the existing scholarships and funds or we can direct it to the area of greatest need. To view the list online, click here or to download a pdf of the list, click here.

Your Gift. Their Future. Our Promise.

In the last decade, the MCC Foundation has distributed over $1.3 million in scholarship support to approximately 2,000 students.

Last year, the MCC Foundation awarded 323 scholarships totaling $161,438. For many of the recipients, their scholarship was THE reason they were able to continue their education.

“If I could personally thank the person or persons responsible for the money trusted to the Foundation for the support I am receiving, I certainly would. Anyone reading this letter of appreciation should know that your support of the Foundation's mission is making a real difference in real people's lives. Thank you, and be assured I plan to make the most of your generous gift.”
– Curt Clowe, scholarship recipient