We are pleased to announce that, in partnership with
Habitat for Humanity, there will be a Neighborhood & Community Center Clean Up Day on Thursday, May 1st, 2014 for the
Residents of Bellwood Heights.
All items to be discarded need to be
on the curb by 9am on May 1st
No haardous or liquid waste, such as oil, paint, gasoine, pesticides, and similar items
No motor vehicle batteries or parts of a motor vehicle
Stack bundled brush in a pile. Leaves should be bagged.
Elderly and/or disabled residents needing assistance, please call 232-7001 ext. 106 by 4pm, 4/23/14.
are currently being requested and will be much appreciated. To sign up, please cal 232-7001 ext 112
Thanks for visiting our website! We hope
you find this site a valuable resource for learning more about who we are and what our organization does.
Mid-Cities was established in 1948 as a charitable
organization by a small group of concerned citizens of Chesterfield County. We are a 501(c)(4) non-profit with a Membership
of about 35, plus about 15 Lifetime Members. All Members, Directors, and Officers are volunteers - undoubtly the most
valuable treasures of our organization.
The Association raises funds to assist families in need in the Tri-Cities and surrounding areas.
From 1999 to 2011, we have contributed over $153,000 in donations to little leagues, Massey Cancer, St. Judes Childrens Hospital,
helping struggling families and seniors in need (with rent, utilities, funerals, etc.) - especially cases involving children
- as well as granting scholarships to those wishing to further their education.
At the time of formation, and for the following 40
years, MCCA was designed as a Bellwood Manor and Bellwood Heights residents only organization, in which Membership was strictly
those who lived in the community and we only assisted those within the community. However, over time, the bylaws were revised
to expand the membership boundaries as well as assisting underprivileged families in the new boundaries.
Over the last 63 years, MCCA has developed and changed
in ways that many unexpected, including a re-organization and renovations in the 1990s and another steady re-organization
that continually renews regularly.
|The Groundhog was adopted on 7-13-11 as our Mascot
|Actual mascot picture to be posted soon!
||Your small donation could help a starving child, a homeless veteran, a lonely senior, and so much more.
Seeking New Volunteers, Members, & Ideas!
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to shop online for the upcoming holiday season?Then go to http://www.iGive.com/midcitiescivic. A percentage of each purchase
is donated to MCCA! Its a win-win for everyone!