301 N. High Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
Incorporated on February 25, 1993, the Maryland Center for Veterans Education and Training (MCVET) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) Corporation designed to provide homeless veterans and other veterans in need with comprehensive services that will enable them to rejoin their communities as productive citizens.
MCVET is committed to offering a military-structured, seamless continuum of care that helps veterans in need transition from dependent to independent living.
"It takes the entire community to help a veteran heal".
We Need Your Help
Designate your United Way - Maryland Charity, Combined Charity, or Donation to MCVET. Directory Code: #5240
Gifts in Memory and Honorary: A wonderful way to remember loved ones, to mark a birthday, anniversary or special occasion.
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Gifts of Stocks and Bonds: If you itemize, you are entitled to a charitable income-tax deduction for the full value of your gift, provided you have owned the securities for more than 12 months. You avoid paying a tax on capital gains that you would owe if you sold the securities.
Gifts through Bequests: When donors feel they need capital during their lifetime, they can still associate themselves forever with MCVET through a bequest. The value of a bequest is deductible for estate tax purposes, and there is no limit on the amount of the deduction.
Send tax-deductable gifts to: MCVET, 301 North High St., Baltimore, MD 21202Donate Now!
Champion, Promote and Support
Share, Tweet, IMessage, Chat, Skype your circle of friends and tell them about the work MCVET is doing within the Community. Tell others about our site and ask for their help in supporting our veterans and heros.
Have your vehicle(s) cleaned. MCVET runs a seasonal car wash where you can get your car done inside and out for as little as $8.00. That's a value!
Be sure and visit the businesses and institutions that help keep us running. Visit our Sponsors page
Walk/Run in our annual MCVET 5K/10K event.
Contact your Baltimore City, county, state and federal elected officials to let them know you support the mission of MCVET.Watch Video
Consider your TAGS (Talents, Abilities, Gifts, Skills)
As a Volunteer, you can help veterans in need re-connect with the community, making it a better place.
You and your family can benefit from your support by the difference you make in the lives of the wonderful men and women who given so much to the defense and support of the country and your right to live in a free society.
The smallest tasks can have a positive impact.
Your dedication with what ever time you have to spare, allows you to meet new people and make new friends; while helping others. Expand your network, and improve your social skills.Volunteer Form Learn More
Catherine E. Pugh, Mayor of Baltimore
with the MCVET Message of Hope Choir
A national chairman of Veteran Affairs and Rehabilitation and a candidate for national president of the American Legion Auxiliary for 2004-05. Dutton has been state American Legion Auxiliary president. She is a member of Greenbelt Unit 136 American Legion Auxiliary and has been an honorary life member of the unit since 1986. She is a senior account executive with Summit-Harper of Silver Spring, Md.
Executive Director of The Maryland Center for Veterans Education and Training. Selected for this position in April 2014, he brings a vast knowledge of the MCVET organization; having worked there for the past twelve years as the Benefits Counselor, Facility Manager and Director of Operations. He is a military veteran (retiree), having served for over twenty years (20) years, within the Information Technology Field, as a member of the United States Air Force. Included among his many areas of assignment have been The United Kingdom, Belgium, Italy, Korea, Nellis AFB NV, Andrews AFB MD, F E Warren AFB WY, and Charleston AFB, SC. Entrusted with continuing the MCVET mission of providing a vast array of comprehensive services to the homeless veteran population, he is spearheading the development of an organizational strategic plan; which will modernize and combine MCVET’s comprehensive program, and securing housing for its veterans.
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