From volunteering in a thrift shop to working with offenders, and from travelling the world to helping with maintenance, we have many volunteer opportunities—browse the list below to find one that's right for you.
MCC British Columbia - MCC Centre
Do you love to quilt? Do you have a creative eye for colour combinations and designing patterns? Come share your love of quilting with MCC by helping to create beautiful quilts to be sold at our annual festival. The quilting room is open Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.
Canadian Central Warehouse - Plum Coulee
Canadian Central Warehouse
The Canadian Central Warehouse ships material resources like comforters, hygiene kits, and canned meat to countries where MCC provides relief. If you're interested in a tangible way to help others, your volunteer efforts would be warmly welcomed at the warehouse in the following areas:
Donor Services Volunteer
A Donor Services Volunteer is the kind voice individuals will hear from with messages of thankfulness and gratitude as they chose to make a difference to others in critical need through MCC. This message delivery and interchange is an integral part of the donor relations experience, most often a
Sewing and Quilting Teachers
Do you have a passion for sewing or quilting? Do you love to share your skills with others? Material Resources is seeking volunteers to run several classes at 50 Kent Avenue. A Basics of Sewing course (2 - 3 classes), and a Beginner Quilting Course (6 - 8 classes).
The Summerbridge program is an 8–12 week summer opportunity for young adults of diverse cultural backgrounds. Summerbridge participants receive a stipend to serve in their home congregations and communities, taking on important projects and experiencing the fulfillment of Christian service.