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Monterey County Rape Crisis Center (MCRCC)


The Monterey County Rape Crisis Center (MCRCC) is a nonprofit agency whose mission is to provide ongoing advocacy, support and healing for all victims and survivors of sexual assault, human trafficking and child abuse; and to prevent sexual violence in our community through education.

The Big Idea

The Monterey County Rape Crisis Center provides critical support and a place of refuge for survivors of sexual violence. The nonprofit’s Big Idea this year is to expand its services so that no individual in Monterey County who experiences sexual abuse goes unaided – this means deepening a commitment to survivors by offering more services. Besides crisis response, the center also offers a curriculum to educate young people on healthy relationships and violence prevention.

"Extremely helpful, knowledgeable, and dedicated staff made me want to continue in my therapy and I felt like I was a part of a team working towards my recovery." "Treated with dignity, warmth, and kindness throughout the entirety of my treatment; by all staff, as well as my counselor." "Best counseling ever. Way beyond my expectations."

- Anonymous Counseling Clients

We’re In This Together

Nonprofits are more important that ever in this trying time. Monterey County Gives! was created to support the local nonprofit community's Big Ideas (and programs). And thanks to your participation and generosity, Monterey County Gives! raised over $7.8 million for 162 local nonprofits in 2020.

MCGives! has now raised and contributed over $35 million dollars since its inception ten years ago. That’s astounding. And wonderful. Thank you to all our Partners, Sponsors, nonprofit Board Directors, staff and volunteers — and each of our 7,578 donors. We did it, together.

The 2021 Campaign begins November 11.

APPLY FOR Monterey County Gives!

The 2021 Monterey County Gives! RFP (for applying nonprofits) is due by midnight July 31st. Monterey County Gives! 2021 campaign kicks off in early November.