After another successful year, MCN is delighted to announce five non-profits that will benefit from year-end donations!
Thanks to the growing loyalty of our readers, we sponsored a contest wherein MCNTalk subscribers could select a non-profit organization of their choice to receive a $200 donation in their honor. We’ve listed the organizations below and provided a bit of information about each
At MCNTalk we frequently write about the issues we face in today’s world: the rising cost of medical care, the number of uninsured Americans, and medical challenges faced by everyone. When viewed as a whole, the magnitude of the situation is daunting, perhaps overwhelming, so it is good to have the opportunity to provide some support.
As an organization, MCN and our employees are privileged to provide financial support to umbrella social services organizations such as United Way and to the thriving arts community in Seattle as well.
The specific purpose of The Shane McCusker Foundation for Pediatric Cardiology includes educating the public about congenital heart conditions and providing funding in the field of pediatric cardiology at UCLA’s Medical Center Mattel Children’s Hospital for the goal of servicing and saving children born with heart defects.
2. Hogan Cedars Elementary PTSO
The mission of the Hogan Cedars Elementary School Parent, Teacher, and Student Organization is to promote the continued welfare of our children and the improvement of our school. They feel this goal can be most readily achieved by expanding the channels of the communication between parents, students, and the faculty through the establishment and the organization of on-going projects.
A non-profit writing and tutoring center dedicated to helping youth, ages 6 to 18, improve their creative and expository writing skills and to helping teachers inspire students to write.
Is a student-run charity at Penn State University provideing support to families of children with pediatric cancer and for cancer research.
The mission of the Humane Society of Harrisburg Area, Inc. is to build a better community for pets and people through compassion, protection, education, and collaboration.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the recent contest by subscribing to MCNtalk, and thank you to the contest winners for their choices. We hope you have safe and happy holidays!