About MCTV's Organization of the Month
Charitable behavior can lead to psychological, spiritual, and emotional well-being benefits for the giver. Besides helping the community and being a part of a greater good, charitable donations are tax deductible, can give you a sense of purpose and can help keep you informed about issues of social injustice. Each month, MCTV highlights two local non-profit organizations. We have donation boxes set up in our lobbies and have information on our websites about each charity, along with links to their respective websites. MCTV’s commitment to charitable causes creates new ways for you to find, learn about, and support local charities. We try to make a bigger difference in the causes you care about the most and become partners with the organizations in order to bring about change. Donate with confidence to these organizations. They are low-risk organizations, have targeted goals, function with good governance and have transparency policies. To learn more, visit our community involvement page.
Massillon Area Greenways, Inc. (MAGI)
MCTV is pleased to recognize Massillon Area Greenways, Inc. (MAGI) as our Community Organization of the Month for July. Please join us in thanking them for their efforts to improve the quality of life in Stark County. You can support them financially at our office and at the Lake Avenue Trailhead.
MAGI is a non-profit volunteer organization whose mission is to stimulate public interest and support for the protection, preservation, development, and enhancement of the historical, natural, and recreational resources along the route of the Ohio & Erie Canal. MAGI will coordinate and organize local government, corporate, and private sector support for the development and long-range implementation of the Ohio & Erie Canal National Heritage Corridor concept within the greater Massillon community and western Stark County.
If you’d like to also make a monetary donation, we’ll have the donation box set up in the lobby for MAGI for the whole month of July. For more information on MAGI, call 330-832-2771 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.