MFC in the Community

MFC is very grateful for people who choose to work in the non-profit arena.  Without their commitment and generosity, our world would be a much different place.  To show our appreciation, we discount our fees to non-profit organizations that are doing work for our community.

Following is a list of charitable organizations to which MFC has contributed over time.  In addition, we encourage our employees to donate by matching their donations.  We encourage you to consider giving to organizations who are doing what you cannot, but wish were done, to make this a better world.


AIDS/LifeCycle –

Alliance for Children –

Alzheimer’s Association –

America’s Second Harvest –

American Cancer Society –

American Civil Liberties Union –

American Friends Service Committee –

American Heart Association –

American Institute for Cancer Research –

American Lung Association –

American Red Cross –

amfAR –

Amnesty International USA –

Archaeological Conservancy –

Architects Association of Santa Cruz County –

Balance4Kids –

Bay Area Ridge Trail Council –

Big Brothers Big Sisters –

Boys & Girls Club of Santa Cruz – –

Cabrillo College Foundation –

California Public Interest Research Group –

Cal Poly Fund –

California Department of Health Services –

California Peace Action –

Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere (CARE) –

Carter Center –

Court Appointed Special Advocates –

Common Cause –

Community Action Board –

Community Bridges –

Conflict Resolution Center –

* Mr. Corcoran is current President of the CRC Board of Directors

Covenant House –

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation –

Disabled American Veterans –

Doctors Without Borders –

Earthjustice Legal Defense Fund –

Easter Seal Society –

Encompass Community Services –

* was Santa Cruz Community Counseling Center

Environmental Defense Fund –

Familia Center –

Family Shelter Project –

Fellowship of Reconciliation –

FoodChange –

Greenpeace –

Habitat for Humanity –

Harbor High –

Heifer International –

Help Hospitalized Veterans –

Helping Hands –

Homeless Services Center –

Hospice Caring Project –

Institute for Community Economics –

Interfaith Peace Builders –

International Children’s Fund –

International Fund for Animal Welfare –

International Rescue Committee –

Kidney Cancer Association –

KUSP Public Radio –


Leukemia and Lymphoma Society –


March of Dimes –

Multiple Sclerosis Society –

National Campaign for Tolerance –

National Foundation for Cancer Research –

National Parks Conservation Association –

National Trust for Historic Preservation –

National Wildlife Federation –

Nature Conservancy –

Nonviolent Communication Santa Cruz –

Paralyzed Veterans of America –

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals –

Planned Parenthood –

Poor Clares of California –

Project HOPE –

Project Open Hand –

Resource Center for Nonviolence (Eschaton Center) –

Salvation Army –

Santa Cruz Public Libraries –

Santa Cruz SPCA –

Santa Cruz Sunrise Rotary Foundation –

Santa Cruz Women’s Health Center –

Save the Children –

Sierra Club –


Special Olympics –

Sri Rama Foundation –

St. Joseph’s Catholic Community –

Students in Transition –

Unicef –

United Farm Workers of America –

United States Mission –

Western Michigan University –

WomenCARE –

World Wildlife Federation –

Your Future Is Our Business –

Youth Services –