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Welcome to your local MCC Thrift Shop in Stouffville

Where Every Purchase Is A Gift To The World.

MCC Thrift is a non-profit thrift shop. All proceeds support Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) in local and global relief, development and peace projects. Proceeds from MCC Thrift fund programs here in Ontario, Canada and globally.

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Wow! Thank you everyone for all the wonderful donation! Today...June 17th, we've had to close receiving donations early so we can process everything. We will be open again 10:00am on June 18th. See you then!
An incredible effort is under way to assist the Kashechewan First Nation community as the devastating COVID-19 outbreak is growing. In addition to the emergency food shipments and mental health support workers πŸ‘©β€βš•οΈMCC has also shipped the relief supplies below: 183 comforters βœ”οΈ 20 hygiene kits βœ”οΈ 10 school kits βœ”οΈ πŸ™Œ Amazing work & thank you sponsors for your support! To Donate: https://donate.mcccanada.ca/registry/james-bay-emergency-assistance If you are interested in learning more: https://www.therecord.com/news/waterloo-region/2021/06/15/mennonite-central-committee-helping-remote-first-nations-communities.html?fbclid=IwAR0lDR3vOAAkfGVwB-ENif6emlD68xcYGktD-oo0NGHF5qQH6qwXxMX_9NE
Are you between the ages 16-30?! 😎 We would love to hear from you! Please take 5-10 minutes to complete the survey below. βœ”οΈ https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ThriftSocialMedia πŸ₯³ You will be entered for the chance to win a $50 MCC gift card. The survey will be open for 1 week (closing Wednesday, June 23rd) and the winner of the draw will be announced Friday, June 25th.
MCC is partnering with remote First Nations communities. 🧀 The COVID crisis is putting enormous pressure on the people of the James Bay Coast. We are asking our online community to participate is supplying emergency food assistance to our neighbours in the north. 🀝 Please see this link for further information: https://donate.mcccanada.ca/registry/james-bay-emergency-food-assistance
We are so pleased to be opening this Friday June 11th - 10:00am until 5:00pm! Capacity limits are 10 customers. Come on in as our store is full. We hope to sell a lot because on Wednesday June 16th we will open donations receiving (10:00am to until we run out of room). We are looking forward to seeing everyone again! We've missed you.
We are so excited to announce that we will be reopening our store at a 15% capacity! We missed you! πŸŽ‰ The reopening will begin this Friday June 11th. 🎊 Store Hours: Monday – 10am – 5pm Tuesday 10am – 5pm Wednesday 10am – 5pm Thursday 10am – 5pm Friday 10am – 5pm Saturday 10am – 5pm πŸ›οΈ We Invite you to shop online if that is more convenient for you: stouffvillethrift.ca #thriftdifferent #onlineshopping #thriftparty #mcc #reopening
πŸ™ Reflecting on the announcement revealing the discovery of the remains of 215 children on the grounds of a former residential school in Kamloops, British Columbia, MCC laments the loss of these young lives and the deep hurt this revelation causes all Indigenous people especially survivors and intergenerational survivors of residential schools. - We commit to helping honour the lives of all children and their families and mourning with the families of these little ones. - We commit to walking alongside Indigenous sisters and brothers seeking justice, and we encourage all Canadians to take actions that bear witness to the grief we are experiencing. MCC’s Indigenous Neighbours program: mcccanada.ca/indigenous-neighbours. ☎️ If you require further emotional support or assistance, please call the IRS (Indian Residential School) Survivors Society 24hr crisis line at 1.866.925.4419.
Happy International Bike Week! 🚲 For today's #SustainabilityMonday tip, we want to encourage you to increase your bike usage. No bike? No problem! Time to pull out your roller blades, scooter, or just try WALKING to places instead using a motorized vehicle. πŸš• Cars, trucks and buses powered by fossil fuels are major contributors to air pollution. Transportation emits more than half of nitrogen oxides in our air, and it is a major source of global warming emissions. 🌏 Here are some reasons why you should bike/walk: - It helps to improve your physical & mental health 🧠 - You can save on gas money πŸ’Έ - You can enjoy the beautiful weather 😎 Please share in the comments - how will you incorporate more walking/biking into your life? πŸ‘‡ #Airpollution #health #environment #SustainableMonday #MCCOntario #ecoconcious #community #mcctips #bestpractices #thrifting #thriftdifferent #thrifttips #biking #biketowork #biketoschool #outdoors
✨When you shop with us, you are supporting the MCC Material Resources Program. πŸ‘ πŸ‘ πŸ‘ͺ Relief kits are designed with a family of 4 in mind (knowing that sometimes each kit may help more people). If each kit went to a family of 4 people these kits would help meet the needs for 29,064 people. πŸ”₯ βœ… IF we stacked folded and stacked the amount of requested comforters from Canada this year they would be 2.8 times the height of the CN tower. 😱 🍎 School Kits 11,099- This will require 88,792 Pencils If you want to give a gift of hope, please visit this link: https://donate.mcccanada.ca/cause/cash-kits πŸ’– #MaterialResourcesProgram #shoponline #mccpeace #mccprograms #Reliefsupplies #locallymade #globalhealth #GlobalAssistance #community #ReliefSupplies #SchoolSupplies #MCContario
🎨DIY projects, quilting, crafting - what gets your creative juices flowing? Let us know in the comments. πŸ‘‡ πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘¦ Here at our shop, our creative volunteers upcycle some of the items that are damaged/cannot be resold. We hope that these ideas inspire you to reduce your environmental footprint ♻️ - Buy second hand, swap & rent clothing βœ”οΈ - Cut clothing into fabric squares for quilting βœ”οΈ - Make rugs out of damaged clothing βœ”οΈ - Upcycle glass jars - make plant jars, store small items/food βœ”οΈ - Sell clothing in bulk as rags or materials for other projects βœ”οΈ As part of the MCC Sustainability Campaign, you can take the Thrift First Pledge. βœ‹ By #thriftingfirst you are reducing the resources needed to produce new clothing and diverting items from the landfill. #SustainableMCC #ThriftFirst #ThriftPledge #MCCOntario #ecoconcious #community #mcctips #bestpractices #fashionindustry #thrifting #thriftdifferent #thrifttips Pledge: https://thrift.mcc.org/ca/choosethrift
πŸ“’Our shop will be closed for curbside pickup on Monday, May 24th, 2021. Have a wonderful weekend! 🌻
Hi everyone! Thank you for all the messages and comments and calls for books, games and puzzles! And now we have photos of our selection of DVDs! If you are interested in picking up one or more, just let me know which photo it is in, and where on the photo it is (e.g. top left) More photos are on our Facebook page!

Unique Second-Hand Treasures.

You’ll find what you’re looking for while making a difference to MCC programs and the environment by shopping at MCC Thrift. MCC Thrift stocks thousands of individually priced items: housewares, clothing, books, toys, and much more. Shopping at MCC Thrift is a sustainable and impactful way to save natural resources while contributing to development and relief in our local and global community.

COVID-19 Update

All MCC Thrift Shops are open in person as of Friday June 11th at 15% capacity.Β Masks Required.