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MCK is committed to giving back to the community in a variety of ways from bringing awareness to childhood cancer, to sustainability efforts, to volunteer opportunities and mentoring our youth.


MCK has actively hired student interns since 2000 primarily from minority engineering organizations such as National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), Minority Engineering Program (MEP) and other groups. We have relationships with San Francisco State, UC Berkeley and UC Irvine.  Many of these individuals have gone on to serve in the highest managerial positions in the City and private industry. MCK has actively participated in job fairs and outreach in the Bayview area since 1992.  Brendan McDevitt served as an assistant to the late Alex Pitcher, former chair of the local NAACP Chapter. MCK volunteers in the local middle schools, does outreach in the Bayview schools, to encourage students to attend college and other mentoring efforts.

Praying Together


Every year MCK awards a $2500 scholarship to a student in San Francisco's Hunters Point-Bayview neighborhood. The money gets paid directly to the indivudual's school to pay for tuition, books, or other needs. We are currently taking applications for our 2022/2023 scholarship program!




In August 2022, MCK took part in the BMAGIC Backpack Giveway. 

We helped BMAGIC, a local non-profit organization in the BayView Hunters Point community, give out 2,100 backpacks to children returning to school in the fall- awesome! 

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2020 BMAGIC Backback Giveaway

MCK Americas supported BMAGIC on August 7, 2020 for the second year in a row.  Our very own Deondre Anderson helped to pass out backpacks to the children with no voices, and underserved, in the Bayview Hunterspoint Community. Since 2004, BMAGIC has been offering youth new backpacks filled with essential school supplies to celebrate the beginning of the new school year.

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Congratulations to MCK's 2018 College Scholarship winner, Alanna Johnson! Alanna is attending San Francisco State University. The $2,500 scholarship is intended to help with tuition, books, supplies, etc.  We wish Alanna the best in luck as she pursues her degree in Business Administration.

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MCK's Community Benefits Liaison, Carla Thomas volunteered at the BMAGIC’s 12th Annual Literacy is Freedom Book Fair on Wednesday, May 3, 2017 at the Bayview Opera House.  The Bayview Hunters Point Mobilization for Adolescent Growth in our Communities (BMAGIC) is a network of San Francisco neighborhood-based nonprofit organizations with a vision to create and maintain a deeper unified road-map to social change that advances the educational, health, economic, and juvenile justice of disadvantaged youth and their families in Bayview Hunters Point.


Congratulations to MCK's 2021 College Scholarship winner, Jazmine Bailey. We are so happy to have met her and help with her future. 

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Congratulations to MCK's 2019 College Scholarship winner, Nashae Mims ! The $2,500 scholarship is intended to help with tuition, books, supplies, etc.  We wish Nashae the best in luck as she pursues her degree. 

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MCK's 2017 College Scholarship was awarded to Isaiah Bryant in the amount of $2,500.00.  The scholarship applicants were students residing in San Francisco’s Bayview/Hunter’s Point area.   The funds are intended to assist with tuition, books, supplies, or room and board.

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Congratulations to Jocelyn Iglehart,

2016 Awarded Scholarship winner. 

Each year, MCK grants one $2,500.00 College Scholarship to a deserving college applicant residing in San Francisco’s Bayview/Hunter’s Point neighborhood where MCK is headquartered.  The funds are intended to assist with tuition, books, supplies, or room and board.


Congratulations to MCK's 2020 College Scholarship winner, Onieka Henry! The scholarship funds will go towards her tuition, books, supplies and more. 


2019 BMAGIC Backback Giveaway

MCK Americas had a great time supporting BMAGIC on August 17, 2019 in their efforts to provide the local community with backpacks and skills for healthy and safe living. Don't just take our word for it - Mayor London Breed was in attendance for the cause and took a moment to pose with our proud MCK-ers.


MCK donated $500 to the Bayview Association for Youth to support in purchasing laptops for graduating seniors pursing professional training programs and/or a 2 year or 4 year college education.  These laptops will be presented to  the graduating seniors at the REACH HIGHER, 2nd Annual, African American College Signing Day being held on May 10, 2017 at the Fromm Hall located at the University of San Francisco.

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MCK volunteered and sponsored at the 1st Annual Lyonhearted Kickball Tournament held in Alpine, CA.


The Lyonhearted Foundation gives hope and offers support to families faced with pediatric cancer.  Supporting awareness by community involvement, research, and fighting for a cure.

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