MEA Receives Two Maryland Charity Campaign Awards
We are elated to be honored with two Maryland Charity Campaign (MCC) awards for 2016. The Maryland Energy Administration received the Highest Increase in Monetary Contributions and Schaefer Cares awards. The Schaefer Cares Award is for most improved participation rate among a department. Pictured above: (from left to right) Denise McCoskery, MEA Office Manager, Ben Grumbles, Secretary of the Maryland Department of the Environment and 2016 MCC Co-Chair, Jeannine Mianulli, MEA Administrative Assistant.
The MCC is a workplace charitable giving program that offers State employees the opportunity to contribute to charities using the convenience of payroll deduction. Currently nearly 900 charities participate in the campaign. The collective generosity benefits 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. In 2016, MCC’s employee donors raised $ 2,930,829 million dollars. To learn more, click here.
Jeannine Mianulli, MEA Administrative Assistant, proudly holds our awards before she begins planning for the 2017 fundraising season. Jeannine helped to organize and promote the MEA charity fundraising activities for 2016. Since joining the MEA last summer, Jeannine jumped into her role of supporting the MCC without hesitation and with great enthusiasm.