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New Hope

As we celebrate what you have helped us do over the past century, we want to expand the ways we give to those displaced by conflict and disaster.


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Legacy giving

Explore the ways you can leave your legacy and provide hope for future generations. MCC staff can help provide you with options to ensure your values and priorities are met.




MCC has a rich history of storytelling. For our centennial year, we’ve curated a collection of our 100 best stories. You also have the chance to share your own!


Share your story


Get involved with everything that's happening in 2020 to celebrate our 100th year! Engage with your local events, like creating a comforter for those in need. 


The Great Winter Warm-Up

MCC celebrates 100 years in 2020!

Since 1920, MCC has worked with the church, partner organizations and supporters to share God’s love and compassion by responding to basic human needs and working for peace and justice. We started by helping families affected by war and famine in southern Russia (present day Ukraine). We now work in more than 50 countries and here at home.


Get involved with centennial events, read stories of impact and attend alumni reunions.

Share Your Story

Mennonite Central Committee is made up of thousands of local volunteers, international service workers, partner organizations and employees. We know that each experience working with MCC is unique, made up of small moments and pictures that tell a larger story.

As we celebrate our centennial year, we want you to help piece together this story.

Maybe it’s a small interaction that’s stayed with you for years or a crazy adventure you went on during your SALT term.

The Great Winter Warm-up

Get involved with something big—record-breaking big! Help us touch the lives of people in need while celebrating MCC's 100th anniversary. We're attempting to collect 6,500 comforters to deliver to people affected by conflict and disaster around the world.

We need your help to reach our goal of 6,500 handmade comforters by January 18, 2020.

Here’s how you can get involved: