MCC is a global, non-profit organization that strives to share God’s love and compassion through relief, development and peacebuilding.

In all our programs we are committed to relationships with our local partners and churches — their needs guide our priorities.

As an Anabaptist organization, we strive to make peace a part of everything we do. When responding to disasters we work with local groups to distribute resources to minimize conflict. In our development work we consult with communities to make sure the projects meet their needs. And we advocate for policies that will lead to a more peaceful world.

We hope you will be part of our work of relief, development and peace in the name of Christ.

About MCC British Columbia

Through local programs, MCC British Columbia (MCC BC) works to meet needs here at home. We also support MCC’s work in 65 countries around the world by raising funds, mobilizing materials, and providing international workers. MCC British Columbia is one of six provincial offices in Canada.

 

About MCC Alberta

In the multi-cultural population of Alberta, MCC volunteers and staff work to make visible and respond to the needs of those who have no one, around the world and here at home, always in the name of Christ, who lives among us as a God of peace, of grace, of response, and of transformation.

About MCC Saskatchewan

MCC in Saskatchewan is a local and global, non-profit organization that strives to share God's love and compassion. Biblical justice and peace undergirds our work with landless Indigenous bands, persons incarcerated and released from prison, at clubs in core urban communities, with newcomers and in academic and experiential peace events.

About MCC Manitoba

In Manitoba, Mennonite Central Committee Manitoba (MCCM) seeks to demonstrate and testify to God's love for humanity through social and material ministries and through witness for peace and justice, in the name of Christ.

About MCC Ontario

In Ontario, our work is focused in the following areas:

  • Engagement with Agricultural Migrant Workers
  • Indigenous Communities
  • Low German Newcomers
  • Material Resources
  • People in Poverty
  • Refugee Sponsorships
  • Restorative Justice