2017 MCC Participants and Advocates
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2017 MCC Participants and Advocates

Maryland has some of the most creative and smart people on the planet – and they are all giving to the charities participating in our Campaign and making the world a better place. See for yourself!

Have news of your own to share? Just email mcc@charities.org and we’ll spread the word. If you Tweet or share your experiences with MCC on Twitter or Facebook and use the Campaign hashtag #MCCMatters, we’ll pass it on here as well!

 Donation Challenge Videos

Watch the fabulously entertaining video below of Secretary Ken Holt of the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development challenges Secretary Ellington Churchill of the Maryland Department of General Services to a dance-off for charity.  Want to see more dance moves?! Stay Tuned!

 

Participating Charities Corner

Blessings in a Backpack
MCC Code/EIN: 261964620
Blessings in a Backpack mobilizes communities, individuals and, resources to provide food on weekends for elementary school children across America who might otherwise go hungry.

Pets on Wheels, Inc.
MCC Code/EIN: 521657528
Pets on Wheels provides friendly therapy pet visits to nursing homes, schools, libraries, shelters, assisted living facilities, hospitals, hospice and more in most of Maryland.

Compassion Care for Disabled Children
MCC Code/EIN: 522062902
Providing poor disabled children worldwide with free distribution of specialty wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, rehabilitation equipment and therapy. Serving victims of natural and manmade disasters worldwide.

Give Kids the World, Inc.
MCC Code/EIN: 592654440
Give Kids the World is a 79-acre nonprofit resort in Central Florida that provides weeklong cost-free vacations to children with life-threatening illnesses and their families.

Operation First Response, Inc.
MCC Code/EIN: 201622436
Serves wounded warriors and disabled veterans with emergency financial needs. Assistance varies based on individual needs ranging from rent, utilities, vehicle payments, groceries, and travel nationwide.

Found by Brutus
Watch this short clip to learn about this charity, Found by Brutus

 Walk Down Memory Lane 

Featured below are Chesapeake Bay Cabinet colleagues and competitors at the Tug-of-War Challenge on Thursday, November 3, 2016: Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Maryland Department of Planning, Maryland Department of Agriculture, and Maryland Department Of The Environment. Together they raised more than $1,000 for The Believe In Tomorrow Children’s House at Johns Hopkins. More photos here.

 

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