ince it was founded in 1970, Middlesex Community College has focused on the future of
education. Today, it is one of the largest community colleges in Massachusetts,
with a 200-acre campus in Bedford and a vibrant campus in the heart of downtown Lowell.
The Middlesex Community College Foundation was created to ensure that MCC maintains its position
as a recognized educational leader, as well as an innovative community partner, a provider of creative
international initiatives, and an agent for regional economic growth and workforce development.
The work of the MCC Foundation would not be possible without the help of committed individuals,
dedicated community partners and forward-thinking corporations who believe in the college and its
mission. We welcome your participation in helping to strengthen the Middlesex college community.
James W. Henderson, Chairman
MCC Foundation Board
2016 ANNUAL REPORT
Middlesex Community College Foundation 2016 Annual Fund Grant Awards
The Middlesex Community College Foundation Annual Fund provides funding that encourages innovation and sustainable projects, programs, activities, and equipment,
which will have an immediate and meaningful impact on the college community. Over the past decade, the Annual Fund has raised $500,000 funding a total of 125 grant
proposals. Members of the MCC Foundation Board's Annual Fund Grants Committee review and award grants within the budget parameters set by the MCC Foundation
Board. Thank you to all 2016 Annual Fund donors for your generous gifts that helped to fund $39,137 for 10 new grants for 2016. The 2016 grants are listed below:
2016 Annual Fund awards $39,137 in grants.
2016 MCC Foundation Board
James W. Henderson, Chairman
James C. Mabry, MCC President
Lois A. Alves
Robert A. Barton
David M. Basile
John P. Chemaly
William J. Chemelli
John Cogliano, Jr.
Carole A. Cowan
Samir A. Desai
James M. Geary, Jr.
Eric (Rick) W. Hanson
Abbey L. Henderson
Lura M. Smith
Duane E. Taylor
College Advancement & Alumni Relations
Executive Director of
Dean of College Advancement
Dean of Resource Development
Director of Annual Giving
and Alumni Relations
Administrative Assistant II
Mark A. Casey
Pilot GivePulse Civic and Service-Learning
Database - $5,700
Faculty and Staff Professional Development - $5,000
Using Tablets to Increase Student Engagement in
STEM Courses - $5,000
MCC Social Justice in Action Conference - $5,000
First Year Experience Class for Veterans - $5,000
MCC's 1st International Pow Wow - $4,700
STEM Research Sea Turtle Course - $2,892
MCC as Gallery: Celebrating and Promoting
MCC through Displaying Student Artwork - $2,500
Medical Laboratory Technician Simulated
Clinical Laboratory - $2,145
Student Emergency Fund - $1200
* The 2016 Annual Report on Giving recognizes contributions made within the 2016 fiscal year which began on July 1, 2015 and ended June 30, 2016.