Support for Central American hurricane recovery. Within two weeks, not one, but two hurricanes have caused extensive flooding in Honduras, Guatemala and Nicaragua. Hurricanes Eta and Iota have destroyed crops and forced people from their homes. MCC is working with churches and community organizations to provide emergency food, hygiene supplies and cleanup support. Join us as we help these communities recover. You can donate online at mcccanada.ca/eta-iota-relief or by calling 204-261-6381.
Missed the Centennial Celebration last Saturday? The 75-minute program included storytelling, music and a time for reflection. View the recording at mccmb.ca/Centennial-Celebration.
All MCC Thrift shops in Manitoba are closed to in-person shopping; however, some are able to offer online shopping and curb-side pick-up. Check online at thrift.mcc.org or on Facebook @MCCThrift to find out more!
Shop local at Sam’s Place. Get your favourite items from the cafe delivered right to your home through DoorDash. Order 1L of soup and a loaf of bread or a soup and salad combo just in time for lunch. Shop fair trade holiday goods like ornaments, home decor and chocolate on our website. To details visit sams.place.
Give the perfect Christmas gift this season. Finding it hard to choose between pigs and planting a garden? Give the gift that does it all. A gift of hope is used where it’s needed most. Purchase your Christmas Giving gift at mccmb.ca/Christmas or call 204-261-6381.
Congregants of Iglesia Evangélica Menonita “Vida en Abundancia” in Honduras sing together as they wait for the waters of Hurricane Eta to recede. Support relief efforts today by calling 204-261-6381 or by visiting mcccanada.ca/eta-iota-relief.