The Marin City Community Development Corporation (MCCDC) was organized in 1979 to promote the economic well-being of members of the Marin City community. Recognizing the power of community support for its residents, we advocate for full employment and economic self-sufficiency through building skills and creating income-generating programs. As a business-oriented organization, we make available asset development programs to assist members in improving their present economic condition.
Our mission is to enhance community development and economic self-sufficiency through employment services and financial education.
The Marin City Community Development Corporation (MCCDC) has more than 40 years of expertise providing workforce, housing, and asset building services. As a local 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, the mission of MCCDC is to promote the economic well-being of members of the Marin City community. Recognizing the power of community support for its residents, we advocate for full employment and economic self-sufficiency through building skills and creating income-generating programs.
MCCDC is committed to increasing the earnings and skills of unemployed or underemployed residents of Marin County and connecting them to viable careers. We provide comprehensive and innovative services for people in the community, including: intake, assessment, work readiness training, job preparation, placement, and retention services. MCCDC ensures a successful transition into the workplace and provides quality job matches for our employer partners. Our services lead to the client’s independence, well-being, and long term economic self-sufficiency.
Lumber magnate Chandler Burgess built our 5,500-square-foot mansion and 3,000 square-foot Carriage House, located at 441 Drake Avenue in Marin City, California which is now the home of the Marin City Community Development Corporation headquarters. In 1907, after the original 1870 home on the site was destroyed in the 1906 earthquake, Mr. Burgess rebuilt the current mansion. The Carriage House in the rear of the mansion survived the earthquake and has been slightly restructured but needs significant repairs to be more fully used. The home included many extravagant features, including cut glass from the 1915 Pan Pacific Exposition, a built-in pipe organ flanked by stained-glass windows, exotic wood inlaid floors, several fireplaces, and gorgeous wood paneling. Purchased in 2011, our lovely headquarters provides great ongoing support of our corporation’s mission and enhances the delivery of community empowerment services.
We have begun a fundraising capital campaign to upgrade the Marin Empowerment Clubhouse facility. Call Dr. Cadet for more information, (415) 339-2837.