About the MCC
About the Maryland Charity Campaign
The Maryland Charity Campaign (MCC) is a workplace charitable giving program that offers State Employees and eligible Retirees the opportunity to contribute to charities using the convenience of payroll deduction. Currently, nearly 1,000 charities participate in the Campaign.
In 2018, Maryland’s Employees and Retirees raised more than $2.6 million for 800 worthy causes. That collective generosity directly impacted the public health, safety, and welfare of Marylanders by providing, food, shelter, healthcare, mental health services, services to the poor, homeless, and those suffering from addiction, in addition to supporting the arts, faith-based initiatives, and much more.
Our 2019 goal is to raise $2.8 million.
An Executive Order signed by the Governor dictates how the MCC is to be handled. The Campaign is administered by the Office of the Secretary of State. Duties of the Secretary of State’s office include reviewing and approving the applications submitted by charities wishing to receive funds from the MCC, approving the operating budget of the Campaign, and monitoring the Operating Agency that is responsible for managing the Campaign.
The Governor chairs and Lt. Governor co-chairs the Campaign. Each year, the Governor appoints State cabinet member(s) to serve as Vice Chair(s).
America’s Charities has partnered with the State of Maryland to help develop and facilitate the 2019 Campaign. America’s Charities inspires employees and organizations to support the causes they care about. They do this to bring more resources to the nonprofits that are changing our world.