2022/2023 Annual Report for MCC in the U.S.

A woman receiving an MCC relief kit

Thank you for changing lives through MCC 

Greetings from Ann Graber Hershberger, MCC U.S. executive director

Enjoy a glimpse of what you’ve helped accomplish in this past year.

Where we work

A map of all the countries where MCC works
145 MCC workers
$19.8 million
123 MCC workers
$5.9 million
Europe & the Middle East
59 MCC workers
$15 million
Latin America & the Caribbean
88 MCC workers
$6.5 million
492 MCC workers
$9.1 million
United States
201 MCC workers
$8.2 million

*These figures for regions, along with $9 million in multiregional expenses, represent MCC's spending on program from April 2022 through March 2023.

What we accomplished together

MCC at work in the U.S.

We invite you to explore just a few of the ways MCC has made a difference in communities across the U.S. in the past year.

We are so thankful for all who generously shared their time and resources to make these efforts possible.

Teachers and volunteers at Womens Global Village in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, gather for a photo in April 2023. Pictured (from left to right) are Roohafza Emami, Suzanna Hrishka, Renee Fisher, Nina Han

Empowering immigrants

MCC supports partners like Women’s Global Village, which helps immigrant women in Pennsylvania earn income, socialize and heal from trauma.

MCC Sharing With Appalachian People (SWAP) volunteers Tim Snyder (left) and Bob Jantzi, part of a team from Living Water Fellowship in New Hamburg, Ontario, Canada, work together to install new underp

Serving local communities

MCC Appalachia volunteers like Tim Snyder and Bob Jantzi lend their time and talents to repair homes in West Virginia and Kentucky.

The Freeman Et Cetera shop in South Dakota is lucky to have volunteer, Alice Graber. Alice celebrated her 100th birthday in December of 2022 and is still going strong volunteering at the shop two time

Uniting through service

MCC Thrift shops make an impact across the U.S. In turn, volunteers like Alice Graber, 100, of South Dakota, can meet service-minded neighbors.

West Coast MCC Celebrates the grand opening of MCC Global Center in Reedley, California, with constituents, community leaders, and partners.

Global Center, local ties

The MCC Global Center opened in Reedley, California. It offers immigration services, art displays, coffee, sewing classes and volunteer opportunities.

The Multicultural Peace Collaboration (MPC) group views the border wall between Mexico and California.

Tomorrow's peacemakers

Through MCC and Fresno Pacific University’s Multicultural Peace Collaborative, young adults took the trek an immigrant might take to central California.

Eastern Mennonite University visit to Washington, DC to visit with their members of Congress to talk about Climate Change and Critical Minerals Mining

Protecting God's creation

MCC staff in Washington, D.C., help people like these Eastern Mennonite University students advocate for causes like addressing climate change.


A circle graph explaining MCC expenses

Total expenses: $102,272,000

Direct program expenses

Relief: $28,448,000
Development: $32,810,000
Peace: $12,148,000

Core mission support

Social enterprise: $10,800,000
Administration: $12,111,000
Fundraising: $5,955,000

A bar graph explaining total sources of MCC's income

Total income: $297,679,000

Funding sources:

Cash gifts
Material resources
Thrift shops
Relief sales
Nongovernmental grants
Governmental grants
Other income*

MCC U.S. and MCC Canada jointly operate and share financial responsibility for MCC’s work globally. These figures represent all combined operations of MCC from April 2022 to March 2023.  

See more complete financial numbers, plus information on leadership, board and supporting denominations in this PDF of our annual report. The MCC Audited Financial Statement for 2023 is not currently available on the website. If you would like to view this please email: donate@mcc.org.

*The figure includes a gift of properties to MCC British Columbia, managed by its subsidiaries, of $179 million which is intended to generate earnings to support MCC’s work. 

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