Perpetual Giving

Perpetual Partnership with the people of Africa and Madagascar is the ambitious goal set by the Redemptorists.  As devotees and preachers who proclaim the goodness and generosity of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, the Redemptorists invite you to join our mission of perpetual partnership with Africa and Madagascar.  We invite you to give small donations regularly through our Perpetual Giving programme.  It is an easy way to support the Redemptorist Mission in Africa and Madagascar throughout the year.  A little but often really does make a big difference.

Mother and child at Redemptorist Mission Ouagadougou, Burkina-Faso

Children at Redemptorist Mission in Iruma, Kenya

Give to our Perpetual Partnership using the automatic monthly perpetual giving method  below.






Donations are usually debited on the 8th of the month.

If you donate €21 per month or more to Redemptorists in Africa & Madagascar, we can increase the value of your donation by up to 69%.

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Please pay Redemptorists in Africa & Madagascar Direct Debits from the account detailed in this instruction subject to the safeguards assured by the Direct Debit Guarantee.

I understand that this instruction may remain with Redemptorists in Africa & Madagascar and, if so, details will be passed electronically to my Bank/Building Society.

Bank and Building Societies may not accept Direct Debit instructions for some types of accounts.

Direct Debit Guarantee

This is a guarantee provided by your own bank as a member of the Direct Debit scheme, in which Banks and Originators of Direct Debits participate. If you authorize payment by Direct Debit, then:

Redemptorists in Africa & Madagascar will notify you in advance of the amounts to be debited to your account.

Your bank will accept and pay such debts, provided that your account has sufficient available funds.

If it is established than an unauthorized Direct Debit was charged to your account, you are guaranteed a prompt refund by your Bank of the amount so charged. You can cancel the Direct Debit Instruction in good time by writing to your bank.