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Welcome to the MCC Foundation.
At the MCC Foundation . . . We believe that education has the power to change lives. Our work connects people to that power.
We connect people to causes that benefit the entire MCC community.
“The MCC Foundation advances the Metropolitan Community College mission by creating community awareness, building and nurturing meaningful relationships, and connecting community partners with giving opportunities that fulfill their philanthropic objectives.”
The MCC Foundation was established in 1977 as a separate, not-for-profit, IRS approved 501(c)3 corporation with the express purpose of advancing the work of MCC.
MCCF Annual Reports
The MCC Foundation was pleased to lend your support to Metropolitan Community College’s students, staff, and faculty through $1.4 million in grants, scholarships, and program improvements in FY2013-14.
Metropolitan Community College Foundation Annual Reports
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The MCCF Annual Reports are in a PDF format created by using PDF software. If you do not already have a PDF viewer, you may download Adobe Acrobat Reader
Question about the annual report, contact:
Lisa K. Bradley
The MCC Foundation advances the MCC mission by creating community awareness, building and nurturing meaningful relationships, and connecting community partners with giving opportunities that fulfill their philanthropic objectives.
Ongoing projects for the MCC Foundation Board of Directors include: expanding the Fort Omaha Campus, supporting program innovations, and raising strategic scholarship funds to help students finish their degrees without taking on debt.The MCC Foundation is composed of volunteer members representing communities throughout the four counties MCC serves.
MCC Foundation Board of Directors
Student and Staff Testimonials
The Foundation Scholarship I received was life changing. My most significant goal for my 3 year old son is lead by example and show him the importance of education. The Scholarship has begun a legacy of learning in my family.
Season with Sage is a cookbook created by the students and faculty at Metropolitan Community College’s Institute for Culinary Arts in honor of their friend and fellow student, the late Brandon Thomas. For more information on how to order Season with Sage, click the picture below.
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