Your Support Makes A Difference
Contribute to the Spiritans and help support our missions, development projects, retirees, seminaries, schools and other ministries.
Financial support is crucial to our work. Our budget dedicates 100 percent directly to our missions that serve the poor and uneducated. Read more about specific projects in need of funding.
What Your Gift Can Do
The impact of your gift may last many lifetimes. Help Spiritans and their missions to grow in spirituality, build communities, and pursue social justice.
Make an online gift now. Just use your credit card or write a virtual check with an electronic fund transfer from your bank account.
Consider a regular monthly contribution to spread your payments throughout the year and increase the impact of your gift. You may wish to set up an automatic withdrawal from your bank account.
If you would prefer to remit your donation through the mail, make your check payable to:
The Spiritan Foundation
1700 West Alabama Street
Houston, TX 77098-2808
For inquiries, e-mail us at email@example.com
Learn about the ways to share your financial resources through the Spiritan Office of Mission Advancement:
Memorial and Honorary Gifts
To honor birthdays, confirmations, marriages, anniversaries, graduations, holidays, or in memory of a beloved family member or friend, you can make a gift to The Spiritan Office of Mission Advancement. An acknowledgement of your gift will be sent to the honoree or their family.
Your employer may match your donation. Contact your human resources or payroll department about your company’s matching-gift policy. Some employers even match gifts made by spouses or retirees. When you send us your signed form, the impact of your gift may be doubled, or even tripled.
Honoring Those Who Serve As Spiritans
Honor the commitment of someone who is serving the Holy Spirit through the mission of The Spiritans by making a donation today.
You may wish to donate property, insurance, stocks / bonds or cash. Ways to do this can be found by going to planned giving.
Note: The Congregation of the Holy Spirit is a nonprofit organization established for exclusively religious, charitable, and educational purposes within the meaning of section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (or corresponding provisions of any future United States Internal Revenue Law). All contributions are tax deductible.