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MCCF Match Madness 2020

Your Match Madness donation grows immediately!

The example here shows just how much of an impact your donation can have. By donating during our Match Madness campaign, your original donation will be matched not just once, but twice.

Total gift (example)

Your original donation (example)

2:1 match

20% match

Your Match Madness donation grows immediately!

The example here shows just how much of an impact your donation can have. By donating during our Match Madness campaign, your original donation will be matched not just once, but twice.

How it works

Make your Match Madness donation

Your Match Madness donation must be made to the Community Fund to qualify for the matches.

2:1 Matching Funds

Your donation to the Community Fund triples with a 2:1 match in funds.

Additional 20% match for your donation

You choose any permanent, endowed fund. The 20% match is awarded on a first come, first served basis up to $50,000.

Choose the permanent, endowed MCCF fund to receive an additional 20% match!

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A MCCF staff person will contact you to complete the donation process. Have a question right now? Call us at 574-935-5159 or email us at info@marshallcountycf.org.

Questions about the Community Fund or Match Madness 2020?

Are there any restrictions to the 20% match?
  • 20% Match Madness match for unrestricted gifts to the Marshall County Community Foundation Community Fund
    • 20% match awarded on a first come, first served basis up to $50,000.
    • Offer ends when all match funds are claimed on or before December 31, 2020, whichever comes first.
Is there a limit to the 20% match?
  • No, there is no limit to how much you can give and still receive the 20% match.
  • 20% match awarded on a first come, first served basis up to $50,000.
  • Offer ends when all match funds are claimed on or before December 31, 2020, whichever comes first.

Questions about the Community Fund or Match Madness 2020?

About MCCF

The Marshall County Community Foundation is a public charity with local roots that helps great ideas take flight through endowment philanthropy. Since 1991, donors to the Marshall County Community Foundation have built the community’s assets currently valued at more than $36.6 million and have returned over $16 million to Marshall County communities in grants and scholarships.