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Relief, development and peace in the name of Christ
Learning tours with MCC offer the opportunity for participants to see the work of MCC first-hand, to grow in faith, to gain an understanding of the unique story in each country, and to foster relat
Your donation supports safer streets and communities through Circles of Support & Accountability (COSA).
Join us September 8th at Heatherglen Golf Course, for MCC Alberta's annual Golf Tournament fundraiser. Enjoy a 9-hole tournament (18-hole optional) and a great lunch in support of MCC's work in Alb
Join us September 7th in Tofield for MCC Alberta's annual Golf Tournament fundraiser.
Every dollar in support of Grow Hope works to provide conservation agriculture training, tools, and emergency food relief to families and
Every year MCC Alberta works to help refugees make a home in Alberta by working in partnership with the Canadian government to connect local sponsor groups with the most vulnerable refugees.
Support programs in Alberta that provide peacebuilding education and engage youth and young adults in the work of MCC.
When the one you love abuses you, a part of you is lost. Dealing with the fear, confusion, embarrassment and anger can lead men and women into isolation and hopelessness.
To experience a life of homelessness is to experience
a life of rejection.
When newcomers arrive in Canada, the experience can be overwhelming.
The legacy of hundreds of years of discrimination and abuse – including the experience of residential schools – have left deep scars in Indigenous communities across Canada.
MCC works around the work in over 50 countries, but we believe that need knows no borders.
Support a rider in the 2019 MCC BC Pedaling for Hope Cyclathon on Saturday, September 14, 2019!
For thousands of families every year, persecution, war
and violence force them to give up what we often take for granted: peace, safety and security.
Uprooted by persecution and fear for their life, it may seem like a refugee’s arrival in Canada is a happy end to a long journey; however, it can be just the beginning.
For thousands of families every year, persecution, war and violence force them to give up what we often take for granted: peace, safety and security.
We believe that the best way for young adults to get excited about the mission of MCC is to invite them along for the journey.
Come participate in the Bread of Life "auction" on the Main Stage at 7:30 pm at the Festival for World Relief on Friday, September 14.
Provide basic hygiene supplies for people affected by conflict and disaster.
“I was very grateful because the Mennonites were able to build our house,”says Maria Tziná from the main room of the home where she and her husband are raising two children, ages three and ni
When you donate to MCC's account with Canadian Foodgrains Bank, your gift goes towards food assistance, agriculture and nutrition projects.
Helping farmers adapt to climate change and feed their families
Your gift to "cash for kits" covers shipping and land transportation for donated MCC kit material.
For 100 years, MCC has worked hard to bring hope and healing to those displaced by conflict or disaster.
Providing food, shelter, legal assistance and psychosocial support to vulnerable migrants in Central America.
Families in the slum community of Mathare North Quarry, in Nairobi, Kenya suffer frequently from illness due to lack of clean water and proper sanitation.
Give warmth and a message of hope by providing supplies to make comforters.
Carry on Michael J. Sharp’s passion for peace in DR Congo
Help prevent the spread of COVID-19 in vulnerable communities.
Meet urgent needs of the world's most vulnerable during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thank you for your interest in Cycle Clear Lake!
Celebrate National Donut Day on June 5 by joining our social media baking party!
Improving access to education and vocational training
Girls have not had equal access to education in Bangladesh. Families with few resources send their sons to school first.
Girl’s Care Home in Egypt
Proyecto MAMA (Women Friends Miles Apart) has a vision: to help children born into poverty to survive and develop their full potential.
Half a million people live in Mathare North, a poor district in Nairobi. Single mothers struggle to support their children with short-term jobs like washing clothes or collecting garbage.
Al-Mina Workshop is a L’Arche community for adults with mental disabilities in the Old City of Damascus. Its development program teaches social skills, coordination and hygiene.
Dodoma is one of only seven schools for deaf students in a country with about 700,000 people with hearing loss.
Educational Center for Disadvantaged Children in Ukraine
Provide emergency food to vulnerable communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In Ethiopia’s Tigrai region, many children who have lost parents to AIDS are raised by extended family members.
More than 60 million people don’t have access to safe and secure drinking water in Ethiopia.
Expanding harvests and improving nutrition
Support displaced Congolese families by providing food, tarps, seeds, tools, medical care and school supplies.
The average family in Syria has been displaced more than three times, living constantly on guard, fearing that conflict could force them to flee again.
Global Songs and Sweets is a new annual fundraising event supporting Mennonite Central Committee and Rosthern Junior College.
Support the GO! 100 challenge and help respond to critical needs of the most vulnerable around the world.
Grow Hope Saskatchewan brings rural and urban Canadians together to address Global Hunger.
Help children in Haiti to learn and grow!
Improving hygiene, promoting community health and preventing disease
Five-year old Marinha Mariano fills a jug at a well in Caia, Mozambique. Thanks to the new well in her community, Marinha has easier access to clean water.
Your gift supports the Indigenous Neighbours program in Saskatchewan as we strive to foster respectful relations and work at building bridges of understanding with Indigenous people.
Support MCC's International Volunteer Exchange Program
Your gift supports the work of the restorative justice program in Saskatchewan. The focus on trauma awareness is central to our work.
Friends of MCC who have registered to participate in an MCC Learning Tour have the option to pay their fee by credit card or PayPal through this site.
Building small businesses, boosting income and teaching new skills
Support the work of the Migration and Resettlement Program in Manitoba.
Every dollar you share can become up to $5 thanks to government matching and generous Manitoba farmers!
A gift to Peace and Advocacy in Manitoba supports local work of peacebuilding and advocacy.
Your gift supports the Refugee Resettlement Program in Manitoba as we assist refugees who have suffered persecution, violence and human rights abuses to resettle in Canada.
Help provide desperately needed supplies for people whose lives have been disrupted by war or disaster.
Every year, the MCC BC community comes together at the Festival for World Relief with one goal: to raise funds to support the work of MCC.
In La Chappelle, Haiti, following Hurricane Irma, MCC was the only international organization providing relief.
The MCC Saskatchewan Relief Sale & Auction raises money for MCC projects around the world.
Your gift supports programming in the Meadowgreen neighbourhood of Saskatoon through our kids and youth clubs and our homework help and nutrition program.
Support the work of the Indigenous Neighbours Program in Ontario.
Support the work of the Material Resources Program in Ontario.
Every dollar you share can become up to $4 thanks to government matching and a generous Ontario farmer!
Ontario contains one-fifth of the world’s fresh surface water, yet many First Nations communities in the province struggle with accessing clean and safe drinking water.
Your donation helps feed hungry people around the world through MCC's meat canning operation in Elmira, Ontario.
Your donation helps feed hungry people around the world through MCC's meat canning operation in Leamington, Ontario.
Your donation makes a huge difference - please consider supporting Circle of Friends!
Your gift supports this discipleship adventure of service and reflection on issues of poverty and homelessness.
Your gift allows us to walk alongside women from Brampton, Hamilton and Toronto who are returning to the community after incarceration.
Help First Nation communities keep their communities healthy during COVID-19.
Working for peace in places torn by war and conflict
Your gift supports the work of peace in Saskatchewan as we seek to promote peace and alternatives to violence in our constituency and broader communities.
For $10, you can help protect front-line workers with personal protective equipment during COVID-19.
Planting Peace is a two-week cross-cultural program, designed to train, equip and encourage 10 international and 10 local young adults to be peace promoters.
Om Aboa (left), Gumuri Mahamat and Omi Haki are students in an MCC-supported school in North Kanem, Chad. In North Kanem, a remote, camel-herding region, many families are illiterate.
This project will support the building of three wells and well rehabilitation to ensure better quality access in a sustainable and safe way to students and school teachers.
Pictured are children at the preschool in Thang Village (Xuan Dai Commune, Tan Son District, Vietnam) eating a nutritious lunch at school.
Your donation supports meaningful employment for individuals with disabilities and barriers to traditional employment through the Raw Carrot Soup Enterprise.
In the aftermath of violence, support Syrian families as they rebuild their homes, find jobs and develop new skill-sets.
The Refugee Assistance Fund allows us to respond to the unanticipated needs of the refugee families that we support, such as medical and dental emergencies, funeral expenses etc.
Support the ongoing work of sponsorship groups who are helping refugees settle and adjust to life in Canada.
Providing urgent relief to people affected by disasters around the world
Your gift to Seed supports young adults as they reflect, serve and advocate.
Support a MCC SALTer
Shouldering Our Share aims to assist veterans, especially those who are suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), by providing a network of friendship and support.
Buckets of Thanks invites participants to pack relief kits for families who have been displaced by disaster or war.
MCC Saskatchewan supports migration and refugee resettlement programs across the province.
We are now offering SOOP t-shirts! Get yours, celebrate being part of a wide group of volunteers and look to see where other SOOPers pop up!
Providing famine relief in South Sudan and supporting South Sudaneese refugees in Ethiopia.
Help provide much-needed supplies for people whose lives have been disrupted by crisis, conflict, poverty and disaster.
This fund exists to promote conversations and activities in support of the relationship between the Young Chippewayan Band, Lutherans and Mennonites.
Support a volunteer worker in the country where they are currently serving
MCC partner TANADESA is aiming to develop an entrepreneurial training program for adolescents, young people and women in the communities of Panabaj Tzanchaj and Chuk Muk, in the municipality of San
As people seek safety and adjust to a new life in Ecuador, supply families with the tools they need to start a business or establish a new home.
Providing for basic needs, including food, education, rent assistance, water, winter clothing, heaters, fuel and trauma healing
“I’ve opened my eyes and have been able to do many things that before I wouldn’t have even dreamt of doing.” - María Elena Algarañaz de Masabi
Providing winter supplies, emergency food and kits, and counseling to people affected by the conflict.
Uprooted is a Work and Learn Tour for Alberta & Saskatchewan Young Adults.
Respond to the needs of Venezuelans who have fled to Colombia and Ecuador
Help improve the quality of sanitation, hygiene and water facilities in Chadian returnee camps.
Building irrigation systems, wells and piped water systems, bringing clean water to communities
Supporting refugee sponsorship across Canada
Meeting urgent needs and providing opportunities around the world
Give a gift to the Young Anabaptist Mennonite Exchange Network (YAMEN)
Chimwemwe Trust Community School serves a large number of vulnerable children in the compound of Kanyama, within Lusaka. This project will make significant upgrades to the school’s computer lab.
Optima Community School for the Disabled (Mulela school) serves students in the compound of Kanyama, within Lusaka.