Welcome to the Maryland Center for Veterans Education and Training (MCVET), a beacon of hope for those who have bravely served our nation. Incorporated on February 25, 1993, MCVET is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) Corporation with a mission to provide comprehensive services to homeless veterans and other veterans in need, empowering them to reintegrate into their communities as productive and valued citizens.
It takes an entire community to help a veteran heal!
November 10, 2023
Veterans Day Parade
November 12, 2023
Salute to Service: Ravens v.s. Browns
The annual Baltimore City Veterans Parade was amazing this year. Despite the rainy weather, our veterans demonstrated tremendous resilience and pride as they marched from the Washington Monument (North Charles Street) to the War Memorial Plaza (Holliday Street). Mayor Brandon Scott and Governer Wes Moore marched alongside the veterans, showing them great honor and deference. MCVET was well represented along with many other military organizations in Maryland.
Veterans of MCVET had the pleasure of attending the Ravens game as part of the NFL's Salute to Service campaign. This campaign aims to raise money and awareness for those who have served in the military, past and present. The Ravens didn't win this one, but our veterans still had an awesome time and enjoyed the game.
At MCVET, we are committed to offering a wide range of supportive programs tailored to meet the unique challenges faced by veterans. Through our holistic approach, we aim to address the physical, emotional, and social needs of those who have sacrificed so much for our country.
How You Can 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.
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 21202