MCBT has been certified by the IRS as a 501c3 nonprofit organization. Thus, financial contributions to MCBT will be tax-deductible. Nonprofit status also helps our organization better live out our mission.

  MCBT has been certified by the IRS as a 501c3 nonprofit organization. Thus, financial contributions to MCBT will be tax-deductible. Nonprofit status also helps our organization better live out our mission.

  MCBT is partnering with the Looser-Flake Charitable Foundation to help revitalize public parks and recreation facilities across Mercer County. During the countywide planning process conducted by MCBT, residents identified parks and recreation facilities as priority elements of their communities. Based on the planning work of MCBT, Looser-Flake is now offering a grant opportunity to support projects at parks and recreation facilities, with incentives around collaboration. Specific details on the collaborative grant opportunity can be found here – http://www.cfgrb.org/foundations/looserflake/grants.html

Looser-Flake asked that a central organization coordinate the collaborative application process; communities chose MCBT to serve in this role.


You're invited to learn the facts about MCBT and The Looser-Flake Charitable Foundation! MCBT is teaming up with Looser-Flake to offer a public education session at 5:30pm on Monday, July 30th at the Hamlet-Perryton Presbyterian Church Hall. A representative of Looser-Flake will be on hand to answer questions. The session will highlight the histories of, relationship between and future plans of MCBT and Looser-Flake.    We hope to see you at the Hamlet-Perryton Presbyterian Church on July 30th! Please let us know if you have any questions.