The MCC office on 134 Plaza Drive will be closed for the holidays on Dec 24 after 2:00pm and all day on Dec 25.
Apply for SALT today. Serving and Learning Together (SALT) is a year-long, cross-cultural service experience. Through SALT, Christian young adults from Canada and the U.S. serve internationally in a wide variety of positions in fields such as education, agriculture, healthcare, information technology, peace and more! Visit mccmb.ca/SALT to register and learn more.
University students, curious about how MCC advocates to the Canadian government? Learn about the Ottawa Office and how MCC is reshaping Canadian aid policy to create lasting change. Learn more and apply at mccmb.ca/Student-Seminar
Give the perfect Christmas gift this season. Around the world, wells offer an alternative to often-contaminated river or pond water. MCC provides funding, while communities contribute labour and form teams to do basic maintenance and repairs. Purchase your Christmas Giving gift at mccmb.ca/Christmas or call 204-261-6381.
You are invited to join MCC in supporting the Government of Canada’s legislation around the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), being tabled in Parliament this December. MCC believes that passing a legislative framework to implement UNDRIP is an excellent step toward ensuring the human rights of Indigenous Peoples are respected and honoured in Canada.
If you agree, we invite you to contact Minister of Justice David Lametti and your MP to urge them to fulfill the government’s commitment to reconciliation by making every effort to bring this legislation to Royal Assent. Visit mcccanada.ca/take-action to use MCC’s convenient letter-writing tool to amplify the calls of Indigenous neighbours.
Why choose gifts through MCC? For 100 years, Mennonite Central Committee has shared God’s love and compassion for all in the name of Christ by responding to basic needs and working for peace and justice. Go to mcccanada.ca to learn more about our work in relief, development and peace in over 50 countries around the world.