Our Lady of Mount Carmel Academy needs your help to sponsor students in need and to help with our expansion building project.

You can help our apostolate by using Paypal. However, since PayPal takes a percentage fee, we recommend using the "free" donation methods like mailing a cheque or cash. Here are various ways to donate:

Method Description
Your Bank Transferring money from one account to another - do this at your bank for free.
E-Transfers Transfer money online.  You need the account numbers and bank routing number.
PayPal Transfer funds electronically from one PayPal account to another.
Western Union or MoneyGram To transfer money to a different city, state or country. They charge a flat rate for the transfer that is based on the speed of the transfer, the location you're sending money to and the amount of money you are sending.
Cash The "old-fashioned way", simply withdrawing cash and physically bringing it to another bank to deposit into an account is completely free!
Personal Cheques Writing a cheque and depositing it into another account, handing it to another individual or sending it by mail to a recipient in a different city or state.
Bank Drafts, Money Orders, & Cashier's Cheques Great choices when it comes to physical transfers that are being sent in foreign currencies. You can purchase bank drafts and money orders in the currency of the location you're sending money to. Money orders are typically used for smaller amounts than bank drafts.
Email Money Tranfers Like an electronic cheque. The funds are not physically transferred by email, though the transaction is initiated by email and the recipient is notified by email that the funds are available. You don't require the recipient's bank account number, though a security question is generally required to identify the recipient before they can retrieve the funds.

Cheques can be mailed to:

2483 Bleams Road East
New Hamburg
Ontario N3A 3J2

Thank you for your generosity and God Bless!

NB: Per the CRA code, contributions to the Society of Saint Pius the X are recognized as tax deductible within Canada.