British Columbia COVID-19 notices

To our valued volunteers, supporters, donors, thrift shoppers, and staff.

At MCC the safety of our community, volunteers, and staff are very important to us. We are implementing the following measures to help keep our employees, families, volunteers, and communities as healthy and safe as possible and do our part to help slow the rate of infection and reduce the impact of COVID-19.

As of July 1st, the B.C. government has shifted from mandating masks to recommending masks in public indoor settings for those who are not yet fully vaccinated.

Alberta COVID-19 notices

June 11, 2020 - Update

To our valued volunteers, supporters, donors, thrift shoppers, and staff:

Thank you for your patience and support throughout the last few months of the provincial state of emergency resulting from COVID-19. As we enter, phase 2 of the Alberta relaunch on June 15, 2020, below is an update on MCC Alberta programs and operation.


MCC Alberta staff will resume working from the MCC office on June 15, 2020.

Saskatchewan COVID-19 notices

Updated: June 16, 2020


During the COVID-19 pandemic, the health and safety of volunteers, supporters, donors, thrift shoppers and staff are our primary concern. For that reason, we will continue to monitor the situation here in Saskatchewan. During this time, we are grateful for and available to accept donations. As a result of these extraordinary times, we have made the difficult decision to reduce some of our operations, including:

MCC Manitoba: COVID-19 Updates

Updated February 23, 2020

Here's how we’re keeping you safe at MCC offices in Manitoba

MCC Manitoba Office Hours

MCC Manitoba continues to evaluate the provincial health guidelines in tandem with the health and safety of our employees, volunteers and supporters. At this time, visitors are asked to stay home for their safety and the safety of our community.

Ontario COVID-19 updates

Update 2020.3.27

Despite the challenges this rapidly evolving situation presents for Mennonite Central Committee (MCC), including how best to balance the needs of the people we serve, the needs of staff and the needs of our community, MCC is well-positioned to continue providing support and care.

Early last week to ensure the safety of our staff, volunteers and those we serve, we closed our Thrift Shops and offices and changed our programming to embrace physical distancing.