The MCC Foundation assists the college in its mission of creating a learning community by providing academic scholarships to MCC students, funding institutional grants for education projects and supporting building projects. Since its establishment in 1981, the MCC Foundation has contributed hundreds of thousands of dollars annually to support MCC’s learning community.
The mission of the Montcalm Community College Foundation is to support Montcalm Community College’s efforts to anticipate and address community needs through relationship cultivation and resource stewardship.
Ways to Contribute
There are many ways you may give to the MCC Foundation. A personal check is the most popular form of giving; a check given to the MCC Foundation may allow you to take advantage of income tax savings. The actual cost of a charitable gift after tax savings can be much less to you than its actual value to the College. The MCC Foundation’s Federal Tax ID Number is: 38-2371295.
Online GivingDonations can be made by credit card to the MCC Foundation by completing and submitting the MCC Foundation online donation form.
Mastercard and Visa are accepted.
Please note: The MCCF online donation form is not compatible with Internet Explorer. If you receive a technical error message, please check your browser settings. If you still experience difficulty, please contact Lisa Lund at 989-328-1284 or email email@example.com.
Planned GivingPlanned giving, also known as legacy giving, is any major gift made in a lifetime or at death as part of a donor's overall financial and/or estate planning. Planned giving allows donors to support nonprofits with larger gifts than could usually be made from ordinary income.
employee Payroll deductionsMontcalm Community College staff and faculty can fill out an online Employee Payroll Deduction form to schedule payroll deductions, making it even easier to contribute to the MCC Foundation.
Grants and Scholarships
Making a Difference GrantThe MCC Foundation offers Making a Difference Grants for projects that enhance teaching and learning and for projects that enhance the cultural, social and economic aspects of MCC’s mission.
MCCF ScholarshipsThe MCC Foundation has more than $360,000 in scholarships and aid available annually to assist students in achieving their educational goals.
MCCF Board of Directors
- Jane Anderson Beach, President
- Ransom Leppink, Vice President
- Josh Gibbs, Treasurer
- Dr. Stacy Young, Ph.D., Secretary
- Rich Adgate
- Bridget Badder
- Donald Burns
- Robert Byram
- Bob Ferrentino
- Michelle Gibson
- Andy Hurst
- Thomas Kohn
- Amy Laper
- Dallas Lincoln
- Cathy Mall
- Robert Marston
- Ken Rader
- Mike Williams