Support Montgomery County’s Children and Families!

Donate to the Montgomery County Collaboration Council

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To mail in your donation, please make your check payable to the Collaboration Council, and mail to:

Collaboration Council
1801 Research Blvd, Suite 103
Rockville, MD  20850
Attention: Finance

To donate by phone, or if you need help donating, please give us a call at 301-610-0147, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Your donation is tax-deductible and ninety-three cents of every dollar goes directly to program services.

Why is the Collaboration Council important? It is the only organization in Montgomery County that brings together leaders from our school system, police department, health and human services, and community organizations, as well as elected officials and advocates, to help children, teens, and families. Since 1992, we have been working with our partners to strengthen our community and ensure that children, teens, and families receive the services and supports they need to lead healthy and successful lives.

Why Donate? Your donations help the Montgomery County Collaboration Council (MCCC) make a positive impact on children’s lives and build a better community by:

  • Linking families with needed health and human services through a searchable online database,
  • Supporting vulnerable, low-income parents with the skills and tools necessary to prepare their young children to enter Kindergarten on par with their more affluent classmates.
  • Identifying pathways to get as many high school graduates as possible into college and career training.
  • Providing children, teens, and their working families with quality after-school programs, particularly in low-income communities, that use positive youth development practices to promote social, emotional, intellectual, and physical growth.
  • Reducing juvenile crime through programs that teach positive behaviors, support parents, and offer alternatives to needless incarceration.
  • Containing the costs and improving the outcomes of treating children with severe disabilities by coordinating community-based services that avoid distant, expensive residential treatment.