MCC supported policies this week that ranged from improving foster care education, to protecting mobile home residents from unjust rent increases, to improving access to driver’s licenses. Plus, gun legislation backed by MCC has now taken effect in Michigan, but work remains to promote awareness of gun safety and prevent the loss of life. Read more in this week’s Lansing Update.
In the Governor’s budget announced this week, MCC took note of a number of funding increases for programs that help the most poor and vulnerable, while also expressing concern over cuts to funds nonpublic schools had previously been granted. Read more about the start of the conversation for the next state budget in this week’s Lansing Update.
MCC took the opportunity to urge policymakers to keep families in mind as the Governor delivered policy proposals in her State of the State address this week. To find out more about what family-first policies that MCC is pushing for adoption, read this week’s Lansing Update.
With the Governor delivering her annual State of State address this week and her next budget recommendation due to be released soon, MCC issued a press release urging her and lawmakers to pursue policies primarily aimed at helping families support themselves.
This week is an important one when it comes to advocating for human life and education, with the March for Life taking place today and National School Choice Week happening next week. Read more, including news about a possible increase to the federal Child Tax Credit, in this week’s Lansing Update.
Designed to care for the physical, mental, and financial wellbeing of our participants, Michigan Catholic Conference provides a full spectrum of employee benefits and wellbeing programs to Catholic entities throughout Michigan. Generally, entities may choose which plans and programs they wish to offer. Providing administrative support for the MCC benefit plans and programs, the Benefits Team serves both the entity and its employees with personal service by phone, email, chat, and in-person.
We are excited to now offer online Special Events Application submissions. This process will be much more efficient and no longer requires the triplicate form to be mailed, reviewed, processed, and sent back.
Whether you need a COI for an event, equipment lease or rental, or use of third party space, please fill out the request form in its entirety and we will provide you with the certificate or contact you with questions.
Constructing a new building? Bequeathed a house? Renovating an existing building? In order to have adequate property insurance on any new or renewed structure, please provide us with as much detail as possible on the subsequent form.