Greater Mondawmin Coordinating Council, Inc
GREATER MONDAWMIN COORDINATING COUNCIL, INC.
The Greater Mondawmin community is unique due to community residents' commitment to providing healthy neighborhoods with competitive education from pre-kindergarten to a four-year university. A non-profit organized in 1976, the Greater Mondawmin Coordinating Council advocates for improved literacy, community involvement, providing for the needs of the poor and seniors and keeping them involved in the investments in their homes.
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The Greater Mondawmin Coordinating Council (GMCC) is a nonprofit umbrella group supporting and advocating for the neighborhoods surrounding the famous Mondawmin Mall. Are you interested in our work and an opportunity to partner with us? We need you, please contact the GMCC office. GMCC is an organization worth supporting – the GREATER MONDAWMIN community is a wonderful place to live, love and grow! Join the movement in 2018!
The Greater Mondawmin Coordinating Council
Special thanks to all neighborhood associations under GMCC umbrella who did phenomenal work in 2016. Whether you fed the hungry, provided carbon monoxide detectors for senior, were involved in beautification projects and cleanups, planted trees, raised funds for washers/dryers for homeless students to wash their clothes at school, or acquired funding to repair porches on Gwynns Falls Parkway, none of your efforts have gone unnoticed toward a cleaner, greener and safer community in Greater Mondawmin. Congratulations Parkway Community. After a three-year study, to reduce the number of accidents on Tioga Parkway, speed humps were installed November 19th.