As a beloved member of our Mazenodian-Oblate Family, your support for our global efforts inspires all our Missionary Oblates and countless mission children and families – thank you so much for your dedication and compassion!
That’s why I wanted you to be among the first to know about an opportunity that can triple the impact of your support!
A group of long-term faithful supporters – has provided us with a gift of $100,000 and challenged friends like you to raise an additional $50,000 to match their generosity for a total of $150,000.
For every $1 you donate, an additional $2 will be provided. That means we have the potential of raising a total of $150,000 by tripling the impact of your gift to bring desperately needed assistance to our missions overseas and here in America.
Your tax-deductible donation – when combined with the matching funds from our group of supporters – can bring help to hungry children, provide medical assistance to the elderly and ailing, and carry the Word of Jesus Christ to the poor and most abandoned.
When you accept this challenge and send a gift, it can be automatically tripled when combined with matching funds from our benefactors.
In fact any gift of any amount you can afford can work three times as hard to help our Missionary Oblates provide spiritual and physical sustenance to mission families.
This is such a wonderful opportunity to support our Missionary Oblates when your gift can have three times the impact!
To put these additional funds to work as soon as possible, we have set a deadline of April 8, 2021 for gifts to qualify for this opportunity – that’s only a few weeks away!
This is a true blessing from Our Lord that can provide crucial assistance for our Missionary Oblates and Seminarians, for their work with the “poorest of the poor” – providing help and hope to countless mission children and families around the world.
Thank you so much for your commitment to the efforts of our Missionary Oblates that accomplish so much to protect the lives of children and families in the missions they serve.
In Jesus Christ and Mary Immaculate,
Father David P. Uribe, OMI
Oblate Chaplain Director