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Causes: Religion, Roman Catholic

Mission: Various

Programs: Various

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3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters


General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

My name is Father Andry, I am a young priest from Madagascar and l'm 34 years old. I was ordained priest on 29 December 2019. Now we have opening a new mission in the north of Madagascar and we opened an university ASJA (ATHENEE SAINT JOSEPH ANTSOHIHY) to help the poor young people to continue their academic formation and to help them to get out of the poverty. For this we have many projects to do both for infrastructures and for school fees. First for the infrastructures we want to build two dormitories (two houses for students), one for boys and one for girls. Second, Among our 280 students we have now, 210 of them fail to pay their tuition during the year. And for this we want to ask help from your association to carry out our mission for the poor and with the poor.
Aside from this, we want to ask for volunteers to teach English in the language department beyond the agronomy and the economy and trade departments. Thanks for your help and cooperation. Father Andry (Priest of the Sacred Heart of Jesus)


Rating: 5

A & W Window Cleaning has served greater Spokane for more than 30 years. Providing commercial & residential window cleaning and pressure washing services. Serving Coeur d'Alene also. We are Spokane natives.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 2

?? How can you rate SF Archbishop of San Francisco at 100% in transparency? when you state:
"Audited Financial Statement is not available for this organization"

When faced with civil suits, they have attempted to hide assets.
2009: "San Francisco's tax assessor believes the Archdiocese of San Francisco has moved the ownership of various assets to a new nonprofit organization in order to shield the properties from being seized or sold for potential lawsuit payouts."

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