AOH Update – Hibernian Charity

From: Ted M. Sullivan, Chairman of Charities and Missions

On behalf of the AOH and Hibernian Charity I would like to extend a Happy Christmas and New Year to you and your families.
As part of our Motto, Charity is the heart of our Faith and Organization. The Mission of the Hibernian Charity is to support the Constitutional Purpose of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in America as they seek to, enhance, and protect our Catholic Church as well as Irish History, Culture, and aid our Membership when in distress.

What is Hibernian Charity?

The Hibernian Charity a 501-3 charitable enterprise was created to work with the A.O.H. in America to create a foundation where we might request, tax deductible to the donor, donations for the charitable projects of the Order. Through the Charity we are able to solicit donations from foundations, corporations, and individuals which would then be tax deductible to them. This allows us to fulfill the promises written in Preamble of the Constitution of our Order more efficiently.

What are examples of Charities Supported?

Project St. Patrick which provides financial assistance to those who seek a religious vocation within the Catholic Church.
Hibernian Hunger Project that works with to help alleviate poverty and hunger in America while recognizing our ancestor’s suffrage during An Gorta Mor.
Medal of Honor Grove Monument was donated in conjunction with the Irish Government and Hibernian Charities to recognized Medal of Honor recipients from Ireland as well as other nations, who died without establishing a residence in the United States.
Rosaries for the Troops: Created by the AOH Connecticut State Board to make sure that any soldier in the United States Military who would like a Rosary will be supplied with a Rosary at no cost.
Hurricane Katrina Disaster and Hurricane Sandy Relief Funds to assist many victims of these natural disasters to rebuild their lives.

How can I help and submit tax-deductible donation?

Make checks payable to “Hibernian Charity” and mailed to the following address:
Hibernian Charity, PO Box 19325, New Orleans, LA 70179
Online: http://www.hiberniancharity.org  with your credit card or banking information under the contact tab

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