Montgomery County Community Foundation

The Montgomery County Community Foundation was established by Reverend Don Gebert and George Mitchell in 1983 to build a permanent fund that would provide for the present and future well-being of our community. To this end, MCCF encourages philanthropy by offering local donors simplicity and flexibility in carrying out their charitable wishes while creating an enduring legacy. We strive to be the hub where local donors, nonprofits, and community needs meet. A board of private citizens, who represent the diverse interests of Montgomery County, governs the Foundation.

MCCF is a publicly supported 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization offering maximum tax advantages and is one of more than 800 community foundations throughout the United States.

Partnering with MCCF allows donors to plan their lifetime giving as well as their legacy in the community. Establishing a charitable fund through MCCF ensures donors that their gift will be a permanent source of community capital, which will benefit the people of Montgomery County for generations to come. Charitable giving through a Montgomery County Community Foundation affords effective philanthropy without the burdensome administrative costs, IRS requirements, compliance regulations, and excise tax payments associated with a private foundation. The MCCF’s Board of Directors provides strong investment oversight, and the staff manages all administrative details of the endowment. The impact of donors’ philanthropic dollars is maximized by pooling them with other gifts, which can provide a consistent source of annual income and growth that helps maintain the donors’ mission in perpetuity.

We’re here to help you connect your clients to the right philanthropic solutions. So you can help your clients achieve their passion—now, and for years to come.

What’s your passion? At the Community Foundation, we’re committed to creating all the right connections. With us as your philanthropic GPS, your journey is focused on the joy of giving.

We believe one of the best ways to improve our community is to strengthen the nonprofits doing smart, innovative work. After all, you’re the heart of our mission.

Since our first application in 2016, MCCF has been supporting Henry’s Home with yearly grants to do the important work we do in Montgomery County. We could not continue this work without organizations like this one.

Phone:  (281) 363-8158