Every donation you make through the MCC matters – and this rings true now perhaps more than ever.
Thanks to your participation in the 2019 MCC, more than $2.5 million of critical funding is reaching the charities and communities that need help to accomplish their mission.
Thank you for your generosity and compassion last year, you are making an incredible difference. Whether it was feeding the homeless or saving a pet, just to name a few, your donation is hard at work!
The charities you pledged to support this past fall are receiving your donations now, and your support will continue to help sustain their operations and programs throughout the rest of this year. This is one of the incredible benefits of workplace giving campaigns like the MCC. And you’ll have another opportunity to support causes you care about again when the 2020 MCC Campaign begins this fall.
Information on the 2020 Campaign will be coming soon!
The MCC Giving Guide lists eligible charities and their codes, how your donation makes an impact, giving methods, step-by-step giving instructions, frequently asked questions and answers, and more.
Want more information about a cause? Click to search for your favorite charities by name, Employer Identification Number (EIN)/MCC Charity Code (do not include the hyphen), keyword, or zip code.
Why Do People Give Through the MCC? Listen To Their Stories!
At a 2019 MCC Kickoff, we asked donors why they give through the MCC. We then compiled their short and inspiring video responses into the 2019 MCC Donor Stories Playlist. Click here or the picture below to see their videos.
And there’s SO MUCH MORE! Click here or the button below to view some of the many activities happening across the State in support of the MCC. See for yourself how wildly creative (and generous) Maryland Employees and Retirees are–all in the name of giving back! Spoiler alert: You will hear an original tune sung by none other than Kenneth Holt of the Department of Housing and Community Development and 2019 MCC Vice Chair Ellington Churchill, Jr., of the Department of General Services! Also…baby sharks. (No, that’s not a typo.)
2019 MCC Weekly Donor Drawings and Prize Winners
The 2019 MCC has ended, but our gratitude never will. Thank you to everyone who donated or pledged. Ask charities or the beneficiaries of those charities’ services and programs, and they will tell you unequivocally that every MCC donor is a winner — because donors have supported causes that benefit thousands of people, communities, and ecosystems across Maryland and the wider world. However, we had other winners as well!
As part of our MCC program, each donor was entered into a weekly prize drawing, from the date of the charitable contribution until the Campaign closed on December 31, 2019. Each week, names were randomly chosen. See the list of winners below, and read our Terms and Conditions here for additional details. Please note: We list each winner’s department, but first and last names only when granted permission.
|Prize||Entry Deadline||Drawing Winners|
|Toby’s Dinner Theatre Gift Certificate||10/11/19||Department of Education|
|Two Baltimore Ravens Tickets||10/25/19||Monica Plato, Department of Public Safety & Correctional Services|
|Kilwins Gift Certificate||10/25/19||Maryland State Police|
|Adventure Park Gift Certificate||11/1/19||Megan Renfrew, Department of Health – Health Care Commission|
|Pub Dog Pizza & Drafthouse Gift Card||11/8/19||Darlene Ginn, Department of Education – DOE Headquarters|
|Best Buy Gift Card||11/15/19||Shirley Holt, Bowie State University|
|Two Baltimore Ravens Tickets||11/22/19||Maryland Office of Planning|
|Kodak HD Wireless Portable Mobile Instant Photo Printer (#GivingTuesday Prize)||12/3/19||Department of Transportation, State Highway Administration|
|Vintage Retro Classic Style Bluetooth Radio Sound System||12/6/19||Department of Transportation, Transportation Secretary’s Office|
|Two Baltimore Ravens Tickets||12/13/19||Suann Noto, Deer’s Head Hospital Center|
|Smyth Jewelers: Kendra Scott Jewelry Set||12/17/19||University of Maryland Baltimore County|
|$100 Visa Gift Card||12/31/19||Wendy Lowrimore, Department of Education Headquarters|
|EZVIZ Home Video Monitoring Security Camera||12/31/19||University of Maryland Baltimore County|
About the Maryland Charity Campaign
Watch the 2019 MCC video and hear Vice Chair Secretary Abed, Vice Chair Secretary Churchill, and other State leaders discuss how the MCC works and why it benefits causes and communities today, tomorrow, and for years to come. Our sincere thanks to the Maryland Department of Juvenile Services team for creating this video and music.
Wait, there’s more!
- We asked participating charities to share their work and help us understand how they benefit the community – and why they deserve your support. We compiled their videos into the 2019 MCC Participating Charity Playlist. Check it out, and remember this: their work is possible because of you.
Get Answers to Your Questions
You’ve got questions; we’ve got answers. Click here to find the information you need.
Loaned Executive and Coordinator Resources
Maryland Charity Campaign volunteers – thank you for your service! Get started.
Information for Nonprofits
Charities – thank you for making the world a better place. Click here for more information.
Frequently Asked Questions
The 2020 MCC launches Monday, October 5.
Click here to find other Frequently Asked Questions.