Cumberland Valley Relief Center
The Cumberland Valley Relief Center (CVRC) supports the global ministry of Mennonite Central Committee by providing material resources.
Global Anabaptist Peacebuilders Institute
Fresno (Calif.) Pacific University
Global Anabaptist Peacebuilders are young leaders from across the country who gather for a week to learn together what it means, as an Anabaptist, to respond as a follower of Christ in an increasingly interconnected world.
International Volunteer Exchange Program (IVEP)
The International Volunteer Exchange Program (IVEP) is a yearlong work and cultural exchange opportunity for young, Christian adults. Every year 60 IVEP participants come from more than 25 countries around the world to volunteer in the U.S.
Material Resource Center of Harleysville
The Material Resource Center of Harleysville supports the global ministry of Mennonite Central Committee by providing material resources.
MCC East Coast, Material Resources Center
The Material Resources Center in Ephrata, Pa., is a central collection point for items donated by people in the United States who are responding to requests for materials from MCC partners.
Mennonite Quilt Center
The Mennonite Quilt Center and the MCC Café, located in Reedley, California, is a fabric store and quilt gallery, but more importantly, it is a community of volunteers working together for world relief.
Annual relief sales in different regions raise funds for MCC’s work around the world. With quilt and crafts auctions, food and children’s activities, sales provide a concrete way for church members to learn about and support MCC's work.
Seed is a two-year program that brings together young adults from around the world to reflect, serve and work for peace.
Sharing With Appalachian People (SWAP)
MCC Appalachia Office
Using the efforts of volunteers, SWAP addresses sub-standard housing in eastern Kentucky and West Virginia. Participants will work with and for local clients "In the name of Christ", sharing the message of God's love and building relationships that serve to enrich all involved.
Summer Service is a short-term program that supports young people of color in their development of leadership skills through working with their local churches or communities.
Throughout the network of 108 shops in Canada and the United States, thousands of volunteers, as well as paid managers, help with the day-to-day operations of MCC thrift shops.
Washington Office internships
MCC Washington Office
Internships at the MCC Washington Office allow students and recent graduates to learn about the legislative issues that form the basis for MCC's work in Washington and to participate in all aspects of office life and work.
Washington Office Pastor in residence
MCC Washington Office
The pastor-in-residence program offers a short-term sabbatical to Mennonite and Brethren in Christ pastors interested in exploring public policy advocacy. Pastors will have opportunity to: