Welcome to the MCC Foundation
At the Metropolitan Community College 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. If you care deeply about a cause or community need, chances are, Metropolitan Community College is doing something about it. From our core mission of education to workforce or environmental issues to arts and culture, MCC is helping make our communities better.
We connect MCC students with scholarships provided by generous community donors.
Moving college from dream to reality that’s the power of scholarships to our students.
The MCC Foundation advances the College's 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 purpose of advancing the work of MCC.
The MCC Foundation was pleased to lend your support to MCC’s students, staff and faculty through grants, scholarships,and program improvements.
2020-2021 | 2019-2020 | 2018-2019 | 2017-2018 | 2016-2017 | 2015-2016 | 2014-2015
Past MCCF Annual Reports are available online. Reports published in previous years are in a PDF format. If you do not already have a PDF viewer, you may download Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Questions about the annual report? contact:
Amy E. Recker
MCC Foundation Board of Directors
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 South 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.
Ex Officio MCC Board of Governors Representative