Kits and comforters

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When you send kits and comforters to people in the midst of conflict, disaster or poverty, you provide a tangible reminder that their needs matter.

Collecting and shipping supplies such as school and hygiene kits, infant and relief kits, comforters, and other materials is a hands-on way we share God's love and help those in need.

You can help by:

  • Making and donating kits
  • Hosting a kit-making event
  • Volunteering at the MCC Alberta Warehouse

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Workshops and Experiences

Book a learning experience with one of our staff for your small group, community group, school group, or youth group. 

Our workshops and experiences introduce practical, engaging approaches to the inspiring work of relief, development and peace.

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Grow Hope

Help bring food security to vulnerable families around the world by sponsoring a local farm acre!

Since 2017, MCC Alberta has partnered with local farmers and Canadian Foodgrains Bank to unite the province’s urban and rural communities and raise funds to help end world hunger.

Your support provides conservation agriculture training and tools, as well as emergency food assistance to families facing food insecurity worldwide.


Learn about Grow Hope

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Indigenous Neighbours

The Indigenous Neighbours program works to build respectful relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples. 


We value our partnerships with Indigenous community groups and the knowledge they provide to help guide our work. 


Learn more about Indigenous Neighbours

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Migration and Resettlement

Since 1979, MCC Canada has worked with private sponsorship groups to help refugees start a new life in Canada. 

In Alberta, MCC works with local churches and partners to assist newcomers in the resettlement process.


Learn about refugee sponsorship

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Restorative Justice

MCC Alberta's Restorative Justice programs help foster support and accountability for people returning to the community after incarceration, and work to restore and repair relationships for those impacted by crime.

Circles of Support and Accountability (CoSA) are groups of four to seven volunteers who are primarily from the faith community. They are committed to enhancing public safety by supporting community re-entry for former high-risk offenders through covenanting, meeting and walking daily with them. 

Learn more about Circles of Support and Accountability

Local Stories

Read about how Albertans are connecting to the world through the work of MCC

Give a gift where needed most in Alberta

Every donation makes a difference.