Making a charitable gift to the MCC Foundation is an important and personal decision. The satisfaction of giving comes from knowing that you are investing in the lives of individuals, as well as businesses and communities that benefit from an MCC education. The information provided in our giving options may be useful, but you should not consider it legal or tax advice. You should contact your attorney, tax advisor, or accountant for details.
Please make check or money order gifts payable to: Metropolitan Community College Foundation.
Mail contributions to the MCC Foundation at the following address:
Metropolitan Community College Foundation
Kansas City, MO 64111
For actual cash gifts, please hand-deliver to the MCC Foundation at the address above.
To make a contribution using your credit card, you may donate online. We accept Discover, MasterCard, and Visa. If you prefer to make a contribution over the phone, please contact us at 816.604.1195.
Matching gifts are company-donated contributions that match the contributions made by their employees, thereby doubling or tripling the value of the employee’s gift.
To find out if your company participates in a matching gift program, contact your human resources or community relations department for a matching gift form. Then, send it along with your gift to the MCC Foundation.
MCC employees are some of the MCC Foundation’s most loyal donors. Signing up to make a one-time, biweekly or annual contribution through payroll deduction is easy! Just complete the Employee Contribution form. Find it on the MCC infoEXCHANGE or contact us at 816.604.1195.
Works of art, books, automobiles, equipment and furnishings are considered gifts of tangible personal property and feature attractive tax benefits. If you are interested in making a gift of personal property, please contact the MCC Foundation at 816.604.1195 for additional details.
If you are interested in making a gift of appreciated land or other real estate to the MCC Foundation, please contact us at 816.604.1195. Gifts of property provide attractive tax benefits. You can avoid paying capital gains tax and in some cases, receive a tax deduction for the full value of the gift.
Donors wishing to support MCC through a gift of life insurance will find numerous advantages. Contact the Foundation for assistance.
Planned giving refers to the process of making a charitable gift of estate assets to a nonprofit organization. This requires consideration and planning in light of the donor's overall estate plan.
Making arrangements for planned gifts requires the assistance of a qualified professional advisor to complete. Because of the size and potential impact of such gifts, a donor should consult with an advisor before completing the process.