DOUBLE YOUR TAX DEDUCTIBLE GIFT !
All donations received between November 1st and the end of 2022 will be doubled up to $10,000!
The matching grant was a huge success last year, and we are so grateful for this opportunity to double your gifts again at the close of 2022!
Whatsoever You Do has an anonymous donor who is offering to match up to $10,000 for all donations received between November 1st and the end of 2022! The matching grant was a huge success last year, and we are so grateful for this opportunity to double your gifts again at the close of 2022!
The WYD Board has chosen to split the funds between the orphanage/school fund and the Gift of Farming. The situation in Haiti remains extremely critical. Funds to support the school and orphanage will offer much needed relief. The Gift of Farming fund should also be able to purchase the tractor and one small implement for the Brothers with help from the matching grant.
You can donate via the buttons on this page, or checks payable to Whatsoever You Do can be mailed to Sandy Wolniakowski PO Box 156 Pewamo, MI 48873 or dropped in the St. Joseph collection. Please indicate which fund you wish to support.
We trust Sr. Luvia continues to intercede for WYD and all of its generous benefactors.
For those wishing to donate to the Missionaries of Christ Marie Alphonse to support their efforts, we will serve as a conduit. We maintain the goal of putting as much of your money to work in Haiti as possible.
We also promise not to solicit for additional donations. We will do our best to keep you informed of the current needs and future dreams. However, we will prayerfully place our trust in God to provide the donors and funds according to His will.
* All gifts are tax-deductible
Prayers and spreading the word
It's our prayer that our efforts to support the needs and missions of Sr. Luvia and her Religious are successful and have positive impact. We humbly ask for prayers and help in spreading awareness of the Missionaires of Christ Marie Alphonse and the good work they're doing in Haiti.