A Message From the Director

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Dear Friends & Family of MVC,

Over the years, MVC has been committed to seeing lives changed. This is still the case today. Our desire is to impact the lives of our volunteers who serve and impact the lives of those they serve. God uses people to impact people!

During this COVID-19 crisis, MVC remains committed to this same goal. While we adjust to our new reality, MVC will remain ‘open for business.’ While all volunteer teams have been suspended until further notice, we remain committed to seeing lives impacted. You are important to us; therefore, we will be unveiling new opportunities to connect with MVC’s missionary reps in our technological age. Our world is changing rapidly and in a new era of ‘social distancing’, opportunities need to be provided to be able to connect and be there for one another. This will be our objective in the coming weeks!

As MVC adjusts to a new reality, we are so grateful for you and your support. In December of 2019, we were audited by the CRA and we passed with flying colours! We are committed to the highest level of integrity and we proudly display the seal of the CCCC.

Much has happened over the years, and much more will happen in the upcoming years. Thank you so much for sticking with us and being an encouragement to the MVC staff and our Missionaries. We will continue to pray for you and your loved ones during this time.



– Brad Wilson
Director of MVC

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