Because we offer so much to so many, and because it does take a lot of resources to keep a village thriving and growing, your tax-deductible cash donations are greatly appreciated. Your gift will help support a center where children go to find a safe, supervised place to play, learn, and connect. Your donation will help provide our senior citizens with healthy and fun activities, continuing education, and healthy meals. And, your gift will help support free, family events and community activities, including holiday dinners, summer concerts, neighborhood block parties, and more.
Any amount will go a long way, so please give as little... or as much as you can!
You can write a check or money order to "St. Michaels Community Center" and mail your gift to P.O. Box 354, St. Michaels, MD 21663-0354. Or, to make a donation using your credit card, simply click here for quick access to our secure PayPal page. And thank you, for including St. Michaels Community Center in your giving!
For Comparison: SMCC's 2019 Year in Review Through the support of our generous donors and friends, the St. Michaels Community Center made a difference in the lives of people from throughout the Bay Hundred Area through the following activities, events, and classes in 2019:
6,800 bags of groceries at the Mon. and Wed. SMCC food distribution for St. Vincent de Paul Society
3,500 meals provided by Jeannie’s Community Café on Monday evenings and Fridays
2,809 attendees at the Summer Concerts in Muskrat Park, Jun. through mid-Sept.
1,362 community event guests, including SMCC Bus Trips, Spooktacular Event, Pie & Pumpkin Carving Contests, Winter Train Garden, & more
530 free meals served at our Holiday Community Dinners at Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas
301 attendees at the Neighborhood Block Parties held in May and September
330 registrants for After School Kids, Summer Youth Camp, Jr. Police Academy, Christmas Craft programs
115 family members attended the SMCC/S.M.Y.L.E. family tripsto Great Wolf, Six Flags, and the Shorebirds game
76 participants in Youth Summer Classes, and 68 participants in Adult Classes
63 Children's Holiday Gifts and 50 Family Holiday Baskets distributed to neighborhood families
52 participants in SMCC's Community Garden plot
50 weeks of Senior Luncheons & activities, every Wed.
19,000+ shoppers supporting SMCC and enjoying discounts at our Treasure Cove Thrift Store
Privacy Notice: The St. Michaels Community Center will not sell, trade, or share donor information with anyone else. We will not send you mail on behalf of another organization. SMCC will only share personal information once the donor has given the charity specific permission to do so. If you wish to be removed from our mailing list, please call 410-745-6073
Other ways you can help
The Treasure Cove Thrift Shop is part of SMCC and also warmly welcomes gently used, seasonal clothing and shoes, as well as furniture, household items, books and working electronics.