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The GTA Mennonite Festival for World Relief (GTAMF) supports relief, development and peace around the world through Mennonite Central Committee (MCC). Raising over $1.3 million since 1967, this annual event brings together volunteers from Mennonite churches across the Greater Toronto Area for a day of fun in support of a good cause.


Previously known as Black Creek Pioneer Village MCC Relief Sale and Toronto Mennonite Festival, the sale is held on the third Saturday of September.

The GTAMF is part of a series of relief sales and festivals across Canada and the U.S. The full list of events can be found here.


GTAMF helps people like Clara Rodriguez, pictured below. Clara lives in Cuba and suffers from multiple health problems. Cuba is facing intense shortages of both food and hygiene items so when 20,000 kg of MCC relief kits, hygiene kits and canned chicken were distributed in late 2021 it was cause for celebration and thanksgiving.

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About MCC

MCC is a global, non-profit organization that strives to share God’s love and compassion through relief, development and peacebuilding.

In all their programs they are committed to relationships with our local partners and churches — their needs guide MCC's priorities.

As an Anabaptist organization, MCC strives to make peace a part of everything they do. When responding to disasters they work with local groups to distribute resources to minimize conflict. In their development work they consult with communities to make sure the projects meet their needs. And they advocate for policies that will lead to a more peaceful world.

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