The Toronto Mennonite Festival supports relief, development and peace around the world, through Mennonite Central Committee, raising over $1.3 million since 1967. Traditionally known as “Black Creek Pioneer Village MCC Relief Sale,” it was founded in 1967.
Volunteers get free admission and free parking, so be sure to sign up for a 2-hour shift! TUMC supports the sale in two main ways:
#1 Selling rosettes (deep fried, sugary treats with ice cream and strawberry sauce) and coffee. A sign up sheet is posted at TUMC in September.
#2 Attending the sale and inviting friends to do the same.
To learn more, visit torontomennonitefestival.ca.