About The Foundation
Established in 1999, the MCC Foundation is a 501(c)3 non profit organization that manages contributions from individuals, foundations and corporations for the benefit of Macomb Community College.
Why Giving Matters
Macomb Community College began in 1954 offering quality higher education to all members of the community wanting to advance in their careers. Macomb has grown to be a valued partner in workforce development, as well as a valued resource for community arts and cultural education. While striving to keep our fees affordable, there are still needs that are made possible only through the generosity of donors.
Through the MCC Foundation, more than $200,000 in scholarships are awarded each year. The Foundation also funds special projects to enhance the education of our students and supports many special educational programs offered to people of all ages at the Macomb Center for the Performing Arts and the Lorenzo Cultural Center.
“People helping people” is the guiding philosophy behind the Michigan Schools and Government Credit Union Scholarship for Fire Training and Police Academy, reflecting the credit union’s community-focus. The scholarship provided four awards of $1,250 for during the 2014 Academic year.
Dawn D. Magretta, CFRE, Director
Christina S. Ayar, Manager, Fund Development & Annual Giving
Kathleen S. Wentzel, Manager, Major & Planned Gifts
Teri Fields, Alumni and Donor Relations Coordinator
14500 E. 12 Mile Rd., CS-221
Warren, MI 48088-3896
16000 Hall Road, Suite 2C
Clinton Township, MI 48038