Why You Should Give
Are you tired of hearing about your friends, family, businesses, hospitals, and US tax-payer funded government entities being hacked? Maybe you've also been a victim (directly or indirectly) of malicious activity in or through cyberspace. Maybe you just don't like the idea of your critical infrastructure being held hostage by foreign adversaries. A big part of the strategic problem we collectively face is the lack of enough Americans who deeply understand cyberspace (whether they are in the public sector or private sector). Become part of the solution to addressing today's most relevant national security (and individual security) issue by helping us support those who are working tirelessly to defend you, your community, and your nation online.
We are a volunteer fueled national 501(c)(3) educational nonprofit charity. Those dedicated and patriotic American volunteers are disabled veterans, immediate family members of military/veterans, and currently serving military who have deployed to conflict zones like Iraq and Afghanistan. They contribute because they care and know this organization is a solid investment. Review our site and the media coverage about us online, and then decide if you believe this is a worthwhile investment of your hard-earned resources.
Ways to Give
Donations by Federal Employees
The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is a pre-approved list of nonprofits that federal employees (including military) can solicit tax-deductible donations for. One time or spread out across pay periods, every little bit helps! Our CFC number is 10386.
Creative Giving Spotlight
Businesses typically donate part of their earnings to charities they have an affinity for. Do you work for a company that could contribute to our charity? If so, please ask them to contribute!
In this video, our friends at the Cyber Security Forum Initiative (CSFI) announced that a portion of their challenge coin sales will be donated to the MCPA. Thank you CSFI!