Fort St. John MCC Thrift Shop
At the Fort St. John MCC Thrift Shop every small donation has a big impact and improves the life of someone else. The shop is run by the Mennonite Central Committee (MCC), a worldwide ministry of Anabaptist churches that share compassion for all by responding to basic human needs and working for peace and justice. The MCC operates ten stores in British Columbia and the Fort St. John location is, like all the other thrift shops, a non-profit charitable organization. The Fort St. John MCC Thrift Shop supports the work that the MCC does in many of the poorest countries in the world and directly improves the quality of life of local families and individual in need.
The Fort St. John MCC Thrift Shop accepts clean donated items and sells them at reasonable prices. The shop supports the people of Fort St. John by providing a place to donate their items and keeps reusable goods out of the landfill. They also support local consumers by providing a shop that has a rotating inventory of interesting and desirable household goods, seasonal supplies, craft materials and clothing. Visit them today to see their wide variety of available items.
Customers will appreciate their clean store with well-organized racks and attractive shelving displays. The Fort St. John MCC Thrift Shop adds new items every day. The MCC welcomes all people of all faiths and helps all people, locally and elsewhere where there is a need.
The Fort St. John MCC Thrift Shop is pleased to host the annual Ten Thousand Villages craft sale by bringing in items from all over the world for three weeks in the end of November and beginning of December each year.