This Year's Project: MCFF's General Operating Account
About Our Organization
All donations to MCFF must be done through NCF website. Please visit: https://www.nebcommfound.org/give/mccook-community-foundation-fund/
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The McCook Community Foundation Fund was formed nearly 20 years ago as a way of "Looking Forward and Giving Back" to McCook and Southwest Nebraska. Since its inception, the McCook Community Foundation Fund has given more than $400,000 in grants to local organizations and community projects, ranging from leadership programs at MCC to childrens theater programs with SWNCTA. This year alone, MCFF will donate more than $100,000 in grants.
MCFF oversees several local scholarships for graduating seniors and is active with young leaders in the community through the Youth Change Reaction and the Southwest Leadership Institute. MCFF also oversees nearly two dozen sub-accounts for local organizations including the Community Chest, the McCook Toy Box and the YMCA.
MCFF helped develop Big Give McCook event, bringing expertise and experience from the other affiliated funds, and continues to feel Big Give McCook and the Community Chest are vital to a successful community. MCFF Advisory Committee members feel Big Give McCook is a great way for everyone to have the chance to give - and support - their local charities and non-profit organizations.
All donations to MCFF during Big Give go toward the general operating fund, which is used by the fund to support and maintain the fund's activities in the community.
Current Project: MCFF's General Operating Account
Help McCook continue to grow and thrive by supporting McCook Community Foundation Fund's general operating account.
This past year alone, MCFF has hosted a Hometown Summer Intern, showing that young people can pursue their career goals - large and small - from McCook. Check out the Make It Happen Here videos created by intern Lexi Gross, highlighting those "making it happen here."
MCFF supports projects ranging from a hydroponic grow-house at McCook High School to the creation of Norris Alley, as a unique gathering space in McCook. MCFF also created the COVID-19 Response Account this past spring, in meet the local needs during the pandemic. By combing a grant from MCFF with donations from MNB Financial Services and Graff Charitable Foundation, more than $120,000 has been distributed to the community.
MCFF's General Operating Account
All proceeds donated to MCFF during Big Give McCook will go toward the General Operating Account, which willl help MCFF continue its' mission: For McCook to be a vibrant, inclusive community with access to the world. To nurture innovation, economic and educational opportunities, quality community leadership, cultural arts and healthy families and lifestyles.