For the third year in a row Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) has been named by Charity Intelligence as one of its Top 10 international impact charities, in addition to being included on its national Top 100 rated charity list. Charity Intelligence monitors and evaluates more than 800 Canadian charities of all sectors, and has recognized MCC as one of the nation’s most impactful within the global community. “There was no shortage of needs to be met in the world this year,” says Rick Cober Bauman, executive director for MCC Canada. “And we’ve seen the desire that compassionate Canadians have to make a difference through trusted charities like MCC. We take seriously the responsibility of stewarding donor’s gifts.” Working with more than 380 local partners in 45 countries, MCC has supported relief, development and peace for more than a century. Through the support of its donors, MCC has provided relief to countries like Ukraine, where hunger, conflict and violence are destroying the safety and livelihoods of millions. It continues to support development work that creates lasting change for people in need around the world. MCC Canada is proud to see the Canadian Foodgrains Bank, of which MCC is a member organization, also listed on the Top 100 list as well as being named a Top 10 impact charity.