Mackenzie Community School (MCS) students and staff participate in many fundraisers throughout the school year to supplement student costs for school trips, and to support charities. Click here to read about some of our fundraising activities at MCS this year.

Grade 8 Grad Fundraiser

On Thursday, February 22nd, the grade 8s will be holding a Winter Olympics fundraiser to support Grad activities.  This event will take place in the small gym and will include a hockey shootout, Wii Olympics, face paint, hot cocoa, and much more.  Join us and help support the Mustangs' graduating class of 2018.  Ticket options - $0.50 each or $2 for 5 tickets - available for grades K-8.

Cut for the Cure

In 2004, Mackenzie lost one of its secondary students to cancer. A year later, that student was the inspiration for Cut for the Cure, a year long event in which Mackenzie staff and students grew their hair in anticipation of Cut Day, raising money along the way for cancer research and donating money and locks to Angel Hair for Kids. Choose Hope became the motto of the event.

In the 2013/2014 school year, MCS renewed its commitment to this worthy cause, and shaggy hair and lengthy locks were again the order of the day. The school, with the help of the wider community, raised roughly $22,000, and sent 120 feet of hair to Wigs for Kids and Angel Hair for Kids, two agencies that supply wigs to children undergoing chemotherapy.

Cut Day 2014 was an event that truly embodied the MCS spirit of community where, in the words of one of the staff "Mackenzie came together to honour their past, embrace our present, and to choose hope." To read more about Cut Day 2014 in the May 2014 newsletter, click here.