History

Mid-Cities Care Corps

Mid-Cities Care Corps
2021
2021

MCCC is recognized as the Outstanding Service Organization of the Year by Colleyville Chamber of Commerce for 2021

2021

MCCC is recognized as the 2020 Non-Profit of the Year by the Northeast Tarrant Chamber of Commerce

2021

MCCC announces the “Lasting Legacy Community” – a planned giving opportunity for MCCC Supporters

2020
2020

Mid-Cities Care Corps held its 1st ‘Virtual’ Festival of Friends

Mid-Cities Care Corps held its 1st ‘Virtual’ Festival of Friends
2020

MCCC receives a donation of a truck that will extend our lawn care program

2020

First Annual Golf Fundraiser at Fossil Creek Golf Course!

2020

MCCC receives a Project Innovation Grant from NBC Universal and is featured on NBC5 for community involvement assisting seniors

2020

MCCC adds grocery and prescription pick-up and grocery shopping as permanent transportation options for our Clients

2020

New Executive Director Named: Elizabeth Grace

New Executive Director Named: Elizabeth Grace
2020

Executive Director Duane Buuck Announces Retirement

Duane
2020

COVID-19 Pandemic

COVID-19 Pandemic
2020

New storage shed for lawn maintenance equipment

Volunteers standing in front of nearly finished storage shed for MCCC
2019
2019

5 Year Strategic Plan Underway

2019

Mid-Cities Care Corps launches new website

2017
2017

Mid-Cities Care Corps Featured on “Plugged into DFW” on CBS

2017

First Annual Friends Luncheon

2016
2016

Mid-Cities Care Corps now on smile.amazon.com Fundraising

2014
2014

Texas Department of Aging and Disability services (DADS) recognizes MCCC with Vision Award

2013
2013

Holiday Outreach served 150 Seniors

2010
2010

MCCC on Good Morning Texas show


2010

Phone-A-Friend program launched

2010

Festival of Friends moves to Hurst Conference Center

Festival of Friends moves to Hurst Conference Center
2008
2008

Receives President’s Volunteer Service Award

2007
2007

Recognized as Organization of the Year by Star Telegram

2007

Duane Buuck – Executive Director

2006
2006

Tony Durham Executive Director

2004
2004

Mari Donaldson passed away

2004

Gail Gardner – new Executive Director

2001
2001

Karen Bailes – new Executive Director

1985
1985

Moved into space from St. Philip Presbyterian Church

1981
1981

Set up in donated office in the upstairs of Richland Hills United Methodist Church

1981

Beth Cochran and Mari Donaldson – 2 social workers started MCCC with $60 from a pastor to install phones

Two woman on phones