Monroe Circle Community Center, building community one person at a time.
MC3 announces that Alison SilverRaven is the new administrative assistant to the director. She is committed to the mission of MC3, and has a unique gifting in helping volunteers recognize their shape, get plugged in, while feeling valued. Read more here.
Food Drop 2014
On a cold and snowy Saturday, 80 people gathered at MC3 to deliver 1,000 total boxes of food and personal care items to the community. An additional 2,000 boxes stocked the MC3 food pantry. This gift could serve our community well into the summer months. Read more here.
Our Story: “When Will You Be Back?”
It all began with a question spoken by children living in disadvantaged circumstances in the inner city of Chicago: “When are you coming back?” It was this question that started two women on a quest that would lead to MC3 as we know it today. Read more here.