To our valued MCC East Coast supporters
We want to let you know how MCC is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic as we remain committed to sharing God’s love and compassion with all in the name of Christ. Our primary concern continues to be the health and wellbeing of our supporters, staff, volunteers, partners and those they serve. Things continue to change rapidly, so please check with the specific location for up to date information.
Material Resources Centers
MCC East Coast Material Resources Center (517 West Trout Run Road, Ephrata, PA) is open and welcoming volunteers. Please call 717-733-2847 to speak with the volunteer coordinator to set up a time to come in. Proper protocols are in place. Please be prepared to wear a mask and social distance. MCC would like you to come healthy and stay healthy.
The MRC is also open to receive recycling donations. The red shed behind the building is always open, and you may drop material resource and kit donations off in the bin in the front entryway or inside at the back between 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Keep up to date on Facebook.
MCC Material Resource Center of Harleysville (737 Hagey Center Drive, Unit C, Souderton, PA) is open and welcoming volunteers. Proper protocols are in place. Please be prepared to wear a mask and social distance. Curbside drop-off is available for donations. Please call ahead at 267-203-8074. Keep up to date on their website.
Cumberland Valley Relief Center (4225 Molly Pitcher Hwy, Chambersburg, PA) is open and welcoming volunteers. Proper protocols are in place. Please be prepared to wear a mask and social distance. Keep up to date on Facebook.
MCC Thrift Shops
Our MCC East Coast Thrift shops have reopened following proper protocols. This includes limiting the number of people in the store at once and the requirement of masks. Please be prepared to wear a mask when visiting a shop. Donation guidelines vary by store. Because information is changing rapidly, please be in touch with your local thrift shop directly to be sure you have the latest information.
- Agape Shoppe, Inc., Watertown, NY
- Big Valley Thrift & Gift Shop, Belleville, PA
- Booksavers of Maryland, Hagerstown, MD
- Care & Share Shoppes, Inc, Souderton, PA
- Circle Thrift, Philadelphia, PA
- Columbia Re-Uzit Shop, Columbia, PA
- Country Gift & Thrift Shoppe, Gap, PA
- Gift & Thrift, Harrisonburg, VA
- Morgantown ReUzit Shoppe, Morgantown, PA
- Mount Joy Gift & Thrift, Mount Joy, PA
- New Life Thrift Shop, Chambersburg, PA
- ReUzit on State, Ephrata, PA
- ReUzit Shop of New Holland, Inc., New Holland, PA
- The Main Street Closet, Willow Street, PA
- World Treasures Thrift Shop, Hagerstown, MD
- World’s Attic Thrift Shop, Inc., Sarasota, FL
- Worlds Attic, Somerset, PA
For an up-to-date list of events (including cancellations), click here.
MCC East Coast offices
MCC East Coast staff are still working and ready to respond to your questions. Click here to access our staff listing.
However, some staff are working remotely as many offices are still closed to the public. This includes:
- MCC U.S. office in Akron, PA (21 S 12th Street, Akron, PA)
- MCC East Coast regional office in Philadelphia, PA (900 E Howell Street, Philadelphia, PA)
- MCC East Coast office in Ephrata, PA (517 W Trout Run Road, Ephrata, PA)
- MCC East Coast office in Harrisonburg, VA (821 Mount Clinton Pike, Harrisonburg, VA)
- MCC East Coast office in Brooklyn, NY (23 Marcus Garvey Boulevard, Brooklyn, NY)
MCC East Coast office in South Florida (6067 Hollywood Boulevard., Suite 305, Hollywood, FL) is open to the public and clients/individuals are being served by appointment only.
General inquiries can be made by emailing EastCoast@mcc.org or by calling 717-738-0885.
Donations are gratefully accepted at donate.mcc.org or by calling 1.888.563.4676.
With your support, MCC is making a difference in our local communities and caring for the environment, while supporting vulnerable people worldwide through MCC's work in relief, development and peacebuilding. Thank you for partnering with us!
We encourage you to find ways to care for yourself and your neighbors during these extraordinary times.