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Give To MCI

The Gift of Life-Changing Education

Donors’ gifts make a difference for students, teachers, and creates opportunities to ensure the tradition of MCI’s Christian education continues.  We rely on our community of parents, grandparents, alumni, staff, board and friends of MCI to achieve our mission and bring possibilities to life. Tuition covers the day to day operational costs of an MCI education.  Only a small percentage of tuition covers capital costs to sustain our facilities.  We rely on the generosity of our donors to provide financial aid for existing and future students, sustain the beauty and capital needs of our campus and provide scholarship support for deserving students.

We invite you to share in our vision of education for young people in spirit, mind and body.  Your support will help to carry this tradition forward for current and future students.

YOUR GIFTS AT WORK

Why Give to MCI?

Your gift makes it possible to welcome students from all walks of life, from down the street and around the world.

Your gift helps students make positive life choices, through athletics, choirs and hands-on service.

Your gift is a sign of hope for the future which moves student leaders from the classroom into the community.

Ways to Give

Fundraising Events

Support MCI, and have fun while doing it! MCI hosts a multitude of fundraising events throughout the year, including our Annual Golf Tournament and Concerts in Buhler Hall. Check out our Calendar for upcoming events!

Cash Donation

Make a one-time donation to MCI, or set up reoccurring donations to show your continued support of MCI and Christian Education. MCI is able to issue charitable tax receipts to you for all eligible gifts of $10 or more as per the guidelines of Canada Revenue Agency.

Share Your Treasure

Your treasure may be a gift-in-kind waiting to happen that could add to life at MCI (gifts-in-kind are non-monetary gifts). For example, donated vehicles and gently used furniture for the dormitory. Contact us, and You’ll be amazed at what good your treasure might do!

Make Thoughtful Gifts

Remember the loss of someone special by making a thoughtful gift in their memory. This meaningful gift will let friends and family know that you are thinking of them, and how special Mennonite Collegiate Institute was to someone in your life.

Leave a Gift in Your Will

What’s your MCI story? Perhaps you were a student or teacher here or you appreciated the education your children received or you are looking forward to your grandchildren attending MCI? Your desire to do the best you can for your family is the reason why friends of Mennonite Collegiate Institute leave gifts in their Wills.

Interested in strategic gift planning? Abundance Canada has trained consultants who have the tools to help MCI supporters live generously at every stage of life.

Abundance Canada has no commissions, no hidden fees, and no products to sell. All consultations are free and confidential and all our work is based on our Biblical understanding of generosity. Call a consultant today and discover how Abundance Canada services may be tailored to suit your needs.

Donations of Securities

Some supporters of Mennonite Collegiate Institute choose to donate securities such as mutual funds and shares, enabling them to have a significant impact. Since the capital gains tax does not apply to publicly traded securities, this is a very efficient way of giving.

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Harold Schlegel, Executive Director

466 Mary Street
Gretna, MB R0G 0V0

+1-204-327-5891
[email protected]

Mon – Fri 8:00A.M. – 4:00P.M.

Thanks to you, our students are gaining the knowledge, skills and values to create a more humane, just, and sustainable world.

Disclaimer: Spending of funds is confined to MCI approved programs and projects. Each contribution directed toward an approved program or project will be used as restricted with the understanding that when the need for such a program or project has been met, or cannot be completed for any reason as determined by MCI, the remaining restricted contributions will be used where most needed.