WATERTON NATIONAL PARK, ALTA.—Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) Alberta's GO!100 campaign originated in 2020 to replace funds from the cancelled Relief Sale and to celebrate a century of relief, development and peace work around the world. When the sale had to be cancelled for 2021, GO!100 was ready to repeat. Participants biked, practised music, made quilts and more to encourage donations. As of Aug. 27, $241,251 had been raised, including a $50,000.00 matching fund from the Frank J. Flaman Foundation. The campaign drew to a close on Aug. 31.
—By Donita Wiebe-Neufeld
‘Wheels to Waterton’ registered as a GO!100 team and raised more than $9,600 with their efforts. Pictured from left to right: Doug Wiebe; Dave Neufeldt Ernie Engbrecht, the MCC Alberta board chair; and Ron Esau. (Photo by Jim Moyer)