November 25, 2014
Recently, we celebrated Thanksgiving at MC3. We may have been a bit ahead of schedule, but we couldn’t wait…
Monroe Circle Community Center offers a wide range of programs to enhance the lives of those in the community.
You can be part of an amazing team of volunteers who are making a real difference. Getting involved is as easy as letting us know you’re interested.
From food to quilting materials, financial assistance and more, donations help ensure that our programs continue and the community remains strong. How can you help?
Built in the 1900s, the entire South Bend block of 500 Western Avenue was at one time the hub of business, social and spiritual activity. Recently renovated and historically restored, Monroe Circle Community Center (MC3) has quickly become the cornerstone for renewal in this neighborhood.
Our goal? That everyone living in the Monroe Circle community will know their value and take steps toward a full and meaningful life. We seek community transformation through strong family units, decreased crime rates and decreased high school drop out rates. As a whole, our vision is that Monroe Circle be transformed into a vibrant community that cares for, dignifies, equips and guides each other. We want to empower the community so that it is self-initiating, taking ownership and leadership of its continued transformation.
Learn about our history, mission and director by watching the video or by clicking here.