Donations to Loyola Jesuit Secondary School, Malawi
To establish a school like Loyola Jesuit Secondary School is an enormous undertaking. We are pleased to have received significant contributions from Jesuit Provinces in Europe and Australia, as well as from some foundations and private donors. This has enabled us to begin construction of Phase One in September 2012, to provide for enrolment of First Year in September 2014.
We are now searching for funds from various foundations, government schemes, and private donations. These funds will be used for construction of Phase Two and for various equipments necessary to get us going (e.g., books, computers, furniture, mattresses, lab materials, etc.).
If after reviewing the Good News on this web site you would like to help in the work of setting up Loyola Jesuit Secondary School, here is the way for your donations:
- Contributions from Malawi may be sent to Loyola Jesuit Secondary School, P.O. Box 499, Kasungu, Malawi, with cheques made payable to: “Loyola Jesuit Secondary School.”
- Contributions from the USA are tax exempt, and can be sent to Advancement Office, Wisconsin Province – Society of Jesus, 3400 W. Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53208, with cheques made payable to: “The Jesuit Partnership, Inc.” Indicate that the donation is for our Malawi school.
- Contributions from Canada are tax exempt, and can be sent to Canadian Jesuits International, 70 St. Mary Street Toronto ON M5S 1J3, with cheques made payable to: “Canadian Jesuits International.” Indicate that the donation is for our Malawi school.
- Outside the USA and Canada, contributions can be sent to Jesuit Mission Office, P.O. Box 1034, Dublin 1, Ireland, with cheques made payable to: “Jesuit Mission Office.” Indicate that the donation is for our Malawi school.
- Credit card on-line donations (tax exempt): www.jesuitpartners.org/LoyolaMalawi.
Thank you so very much for helping us to help the young people of Malawi!
We will be happy to keep you informed of our progress…..
Peter Henriot, S.J., Director of Development