As excited as we were to welcome you back, we have had to make the hard decision to move the event from the Tradex to the MCC Centre Parking Lot.
Tradex has become an Emergency Evacuation Centre for Evacuees for the many that have been forced to evacuate over the last number of weeks because of the wildfires in BC.
We invite you to join us still, at the MCC Festival for World Relief now on Saturday, September 18 from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm at the MCC Centre Parking Lot (33933 Gladys Ave., Abbotsford). (Registration won't be necessary, but encouraged to help us plan.)
Come enjoy lots of the same Festival classics, like:
- Delicious Food - including Vereniki & Sausage, Portzelky, Watermelon & Rollkuchen, Sausage on a Bun, and more!
- Shopping Opportunities - Quilts, MCC Thrift, Ten Thousand Villages, Plant Sale, Produce and Bake Sale!
- Plus, there will be opportunities to learn more about MCC's work and opportunities to partner with us and change lives!
Find out more at mccfestival.com!
This year, partner with us and help change lives!
Bring your friends and family to enjoy delicious food and fun activities. But this year especially, please help us raise $1 million so that together we can change lives. So many people around the world are waiting for help. You can help make it happen.
It starts with food.
Did you know that when you join us at the MCC Festival for World Relief you are part of something much, much bigger? As you enjoy a delicious plate of Vereniki & Sausage or Watermelon & Rollkuchen, you can help to change a life!
Change starts with FOOD.
As summer is here and life for many of us is returning to normal, the end of the pandemic is still years away for many families living in poverty around the world, families who cannot afford the most basic necessities, like food. They need your help.
Did you know? If you buy an extra book of tickets at this year’s festival – you help feed a family of five for two days.
Let's change lives together at the MCC Festival for World Relief, September 18 at the MCC Centre Parking Lot in Abbotsford.