Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) is the cooperative relief and service agent of 25 Mennonite church groups. Since MCC was founded in 1920, its efforts have expanded to 63 of the world's poorest countries where more than 1,165 MCC personnel work in agriculture, community development, education, healthcare, social services, economic/technical development, and peace concerns.
For over forty years Mennonite and Amish communities from across North America have organized sale events to benefit the work of Mennonite central committee in its domestic and global efforts to care for the hungry and the thirsty, the stranger and the naked, the sick and those in prison. MCC seeks to serve as peacemaker in all areas of human conflict, both by serving the needs of those victimized by conflict and by teaching ways to live peaceably. Begun in 2000, the peach cobbler Mennonite and Amish communities in the southeast join in this fundraising effort.
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What We've Achieved
In 2017, the Peach Cobbler Mennonite Relief Auction raised $45,000
MCC relief sales have expanded across Canada and the United States. In 2018, there will be over 40 relief sales or events expected to generate over $5 million to support the work of MCC around the world.
Each year, in North America, thousands of volunteers come together to raise money which is distributed through MCC for the relief of suffering in the world.
82% - 85% of the auction proceeds go directly to serving people in need.