Montopolis Community Center
Westlake UMC continually collects clothes, toys, baby items and small house wares to support the MFCC Thrift Store in the Taylor building outside room 400. Financial contributions are used for ministries at this East Austin Methodist community center and pre-school.
EXTRA HELP NEEDED to KEEP MFCC COOL !!!
In 2008 the Montopolis FCC Board made a special plea for donations to pay for shredded material needed to complete the center’s new playscape. Because of your generosity, the neighborhood children continue to enjoy this wonderful playscape today!
In 2013 we needed a new roof over the Colorado Hall and you came through again. The hall remains in continual use by neighbors and groups in the area.
This May, the central air conditioning unit that cools the clothing room (thrift store) and the prep/intake area went out. On May 31, 2018 the MFCC Board approved a new 14-ton unit and it was installed on June 8th by QLS Air Conditioning Company for a cost of $4800. While money is budgeted for Building & Grounds, this AC expenditure eliminates most of that amount for the fiscal year 2018 with nearly seven months to go.
You can help by buying 1/100 ton for $3.43 OR 1/10 ton for $ 34.30 or one ton of AC for $343. Please be creative and do whatever you can to help raise these funds.
Our goal is $4800 by September 15, 2018. You may pass the hat at church meetings and circle/unit UMW meetings, ask your adult Sunday school classes to contribute or designate a special offering at your church. Please put this plea in your church newsletter. Please make copies of this flyer and give to all who may want to help! Blessings to you all!
Montopolis Friendship Community Center (MFCC) is a tax exempt, non-profit corporation formed by United Methodist Women in response to the needs in the Montopolis community of Austin, Texas. MFCC is funded by Austin area United Methodist Women’s groups, the Austin District Board of Missions, and gifts from churches and individuals. It is an Advance Special for the District as well as the Southwest Texas Annual Conference. The annual budget requires ongoing and annual commitments.There are also volunteer opportunities! Volunteers can: work on committees, be a part of the Leadership Team, do minor repairs, sew items for the center to distribute, present MFCC programs to groups, teach a class or assist with one, work the sales room, pick up donations, provide transportation, or assist with fund raising. For more info, visit MFCC Online
If you have questions or you'd like to get involved
Contact Octavia Smith