We have a mission: making God visible through living acts of love! In many poor countries, the elderly, sick or disabled are often left to their own devices. If there is no family who can help, the state welfare system is often of no help either. On top of illness, disability and old age there are also hunger, poor hygiene and social exclusion. And it is exactly these people who cannot help themselves who often suffer unnoticed.
No two people are the same – and unfortunately, no two miseries either. We, the Pallottines, try to help each individual person. This is why our help is so diverse: antimalarial drugs, a mosquito net, new tools, covering the costs of transportation of the sick and injured or emergency flood aid. In addition to our major projects such as building schools, running children’s homes and doing parish work we always try to respond to cries for help flexibly and at short notice.
This year’s mission focus: Incredible India
India is truly incredible! Incredibly beautiful and incredibly poor. Get involved for India!
Poverty and education belong together, they are mutually related: poverty prevents education.
Supporting and respecting women
Unfortunately, the situation of many women in India is still difficult.
Children's homes: Caring for village children
In India, around 1,600 children live in Pallottine children’s homes.
The Pallottines travel long distances to far-flung villages across rough terrain to provide help to the poor there.
In our modern world, contacts and connections to the global world determine our personal life.
Supporting training for enablers
Enablers – for us Pallottines these are above all the confreres who dedicate themselves to people, the faith and social projects – worldwide, with the support of many people.
Sustainability: Protecting the environment
Misery and poverty does not only affect people, it also always has an effect on the environment. India is one of the countries most affected by climate change.
Financial assistance: Keeping people in mind
No two people are alike – and unfortunately, no two miseries either. We, the Pallottines, try to help each individual person.
Social Projects: Helping the elderly, sick or disabled
In many poor countries, the elderly, sick or disabled are often left to their own devices. If there is no family who can help, the state welfare system is often of no help either.