Donate to Charities for Children’s Education Projects

What Is Our Education Pillar?

What Is Our Education Pillar?

Education attacks poverty at the root level, allowing individuals to realize their God-given potential to elevate their lives and communities. An enlightened mind opens the door for people to make generational change. By lifting the impoverished out of educational poverty, we spread seeds of hope and provide avenues away from the negativity of drugs and crime.
Catholic World Mission assists around the world in need of basic assistance such as school desks and chairs, and much-needed repairs to school properties damaged by natural disasters.

Areas of Work

Education attacks poverty at the root level, allowing individuals to realize their God-given potential to elevate their lives and communities.

BUILD
SCHOOLS

GIVE
SCHOLARSHIPS

PROVIDE
SUPPLIES

BUILD SCHOOLS

GIVE SCHOLARSHIPS

PROVIDE SUPPLIES

EDUCATION PATRON

 “In Thee, O Lord, have I put my hope. Let me never be confounded.”
Saint Francis Xavier

SAINT FRANCIS XAVIER

Feast Day: December 3

Saint Francis Xavier,  was born in Navarre, Spain in 1506, and died in Malasya in 1552.

Beatified: October 25, 1619 by Pope Paul V
Canonized: March 12, 1622 by Pope Gregory XV


Education Patron

Saint Francis Xavier
Patron of Catholic Missions and Missionaries

Saint Francis had a reversion to the faith studying in college at the University of Paris when he became roommates with Saint Ignatius of Loyola. He was one of the founding members of the Society of Jesus and was sent as a missionary with Portuguese colonists to the East, namely India and China. He is said to have baptized over 30,000 converts and he died, a faithful missionary and Papal Nuncio to the East, of a fever in Malaysia on December 3, 1552.

Countries With Education Projects

We work where we are most needed and can guide communities toward self-sufficiency.

EDUCATION PATRON

 “In Thee, O Lord, have I put my hope. Let me never be confounded.”
Saint Francis Xavier

SAINT FRANCIS XAVIER

Feast Day: December 3

Saint Francis Xavier,  was born in Navarre, Spain in 1506, and died in Malasya in 1552.

Beatified: October 25, 1619 by Pope Paul V
Canonized: March 12, 1622 by Pope Gregory XV


Education Patron

Saint Francis Xavier
Patron of Catholic Missions and Missionaries

Saint Francis had a reversion to the faith studying in college at the University of Paris when he became roommates with Saint Ignatius of Loyola. He was one of the founding members of the Society of Jesus and was sent as a missionary with Portuguese colonists to the East, namely India and China. He is said to have baptized over 30,000 converts and he died, a faithful missionary and Papal Nuncio to the East, of a fever in Malaysia on December 3, 1552.

Countries With Education Projects

We work where we are most needed and can guide communities toward self-sufficiency.

What Education Charities Can You Donate To?

Ongoing Projects

When you donate to a Catholic charity education program like ours, you can make a difference in building schools, providing supplies and giving children life-changing education.

Recent Successes

Give to Catholic Charities that Build Schools Overseas

Whenever you’re looking for a way to give back and honor what God has given you, consider investing in children’s futures all across the globe. It’s with your generous support that we’re able to build schools and provide supplies that help continue a child’s education. From new desks in Mexico to a school roof in Nigeria, your dollar means more when you choose Catholic World Mission.

We start all projects by working with the community. Often, our American perception of needs is different than what these communities truly need to succeed. Therefore, we have community members identify their own needs. This also helps them take ownership of the projects we complete.

When you donate to a Catholic charity’s education program, you’re giving to a long-term vision. We don’t want to give any handouts. Instead, our goal is to empower individuals in impoverished communities through education and spiritual development. As a donor, you’ll get updates about all our progress building a school, and you’ll even get testimonials about what these schools have done for the lives of children and others in the community.

Your Generosity Makes a Differences!

By donating to Catholic charity organizations such as Catholic World Mission, your donation can make a direct difference.

We also provide regular updates through   photographs and    videos to show the immediate impact your donation provides.

We encourage you to donate to Catholic World Mission today to support us as we meet basic needs and spread the love of Christ throughout the world.

Spread the Catholic Faith Across the World