America's Charities Selected for the 2016 Maryland Charity Campaign
By MJ Brickey on July 12, 2016
ANNAPOLIS, MD — Secretary of State John Wobensmith is pleased to announce that America’s Charities has been selected as the 2016 contractor for the State’s Maryland Charity Campaign (MCC). The MCC allows State employees and retirees an opportunity to donate to nearly 1,000 eligible charities. Many of these charities provide services directly impacting the public health, safety, and welfare of Marylanders by providing, food, shelter, healthcare, mental health services, services to the poor, homeless, and those suffering from addiction, in addition to supporting the arts, faith-based initiatives, and much more.
Since 1980, America’s Charities has been at the forefront of workplace giving's transformation. Their experience, combined with an accountable and transparent process, has resulted in the distribution of more than $650 million to more than 10,000 nonprofits.
America’s Charities has extensive experience in increasing the social impact of employers through the management of public and private sector employee giving and employee engagement programs. They have helped employers improve their communities while simultaneously helping employee donors find and donate to the causes they care about.
“We’re delighted to partner with America’s Charities for the 2016 Maryland Charity Campaign,” said Secretary of State John Wobensmith. “I am confident our partnership will greatly benefit communities statewide.”
America’s Charities is proud to partner with the State of Maryland to help design and facilitate their charitable contribution campaign.
“We are thrilled to bring our expertise in managing public sector employee giving campaigns to the State of Maryland,” said Jim Starr, Interim CEO of America’s Charities. “Together, we look forward to helping the generous employees and retirees of this great state maximize their giving and make an impact in their communities.