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Euro-Mediterranean Province of the Society of Jesus


Jesuits Donate
Due ragazzi aiutano un parroco gesuita a scaricare viveri per i poveri

You can choose to support a specific fund:

Formation Fund to support the formation of young Jesuits, with steps in different countries of the world

Welfare Fund for the needs of elderly Jesuits and those who require special care

Works Fund to support various activities in our Province: with the poor and the excluded, schools, churches, cultural centers, with youth, and to support networks and initiatives promoted by the Province

Foundations Fund for constructions or renovations, for kickstarting new activities, or for particularly large expenses that cannot be covered by individual communities and works.

Support the Jesuits in Albania, Italy, Malta and Romania with a donation.

Select an amount

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Bank transfer

Banca Popolare di Sondrio
Agency no. 11 in Rome
Via Carlo Alberto 6/A – 00185 Rome
IBAN: IT66 H056 9603 2000 0001 0483 X17

Account holder:
Provincia d’Italia della Compagnia di Gesù
Via degli Astalli, 16 – 00186 Rome

Direct debit on account

By going to your branch and providing our bank details, you can set up a monthly donation with a fixed amount.

In this way you will be able to offer stable and constant support to the work of the Jesuits in Albania, Italy, Malta and Romania.

A religious priestly order

The Society of Jesus

In 1540 Ignatius of Loyola founded the Society of Jesus to help others find God in their life. From the first 10 companions, today there are more than 16,000 Jesuits in 100 countries. Each Jesuit is called to live the vows of obedience, for the greater good of others; chastity, as unselfish relationships; and poverty, by aiming for the essential.

Father General Arturo Sosa during a solemn celebration with other Jesuits
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