Since 1920, MCC has worked with the church, partner organizations and supporters. We share God’s love and compassion by responding to basic human needs and working for peace and justice. We started by helping families affected by war and famine in southern Russia (present-day Ukraine). We now work in more than 50 countries around the world.
 
As we celebrate our 100th year, we hope you'll find ways engage and give back with us in 2020.

Engage

Get involved with local events, read stories of impact and attend alumni reunions.

Stories

MCC has a rich history of storytelling. For our centennial year, we’ve curated a collection of 100 stories that explore the breadth of MCC's work over time. You also have the chance to share your own!

100 stories

Share your story

Events

MCC@100: Centennial Celebration

Join us online on November 21 for a time of storytelling, music, prayer and thanksgiving to celebrate our 100th year. Learn more and RSVP.

Alumni

Have you served with MCC in these past 100 years? Re-connect with service workers from the region you served in. Find upcoming reunions.

Resources

Centennial worship resources

MCC centennial colouring book

Give back

Respond to those displaced by conflict or disaster.

Our Faith. Our Future.
At this unprecedented time in world history due to COVID-19, we invite you to dig deeper into faith. Join us to bring peace, dignity and hope to those who need it most.
Legacy giving

Explore the ways you can leave your legacy and provide hope for future generations. MCC staff can help provide you with options to ensure your values and priorities are met. Leave your legacy.

New Roots

In 2020, MCC will celebrate our centennial by planting 100 trees across Canada. Will you join us?

New Roots

Advocate

Engage with decision-makers to find just solutions for peace.

Why advocate?

Right now, more than 70.8 million people are forcibly displaced from their homes. At MCC, we believe that advocacy to our government is one of the ways that we can work for relief, development and peace.

Learn more

Send a message to your MP

Ask your Member of Parliament to address some of the root causes of forced displacement. We've created an easy-to-use email template for you.

Send a message to my MP

 
We can't wait to celebrate together!