I have traveled to Guyana with the support of family and friends.   With the exception of one year, I have paid all my travel and insurances.   St. Joseph Mercy Hospital has fed me and sheltered me, but the other expenses, like texts, learning resources, supplies, local travel, an occasional meal out -away from chicken and rice, etc. are mine.   I do not ask for the latter; however, the needs of the students, orphans and others there are overwhelming.   It is with their needs that I ask your assistance.  

Canadian Residents:

Please make cheques payable to: " Guyana Christian Charities Canada "
In the memo line of your cheque, please write: 
"Mercy Projects/O'Connor"
[Charitable Business Registration Number: 890965643RR0001]

Mail to:                                                                 
Guyana Christian Charities Canada, Inc.,

Mercy Projects/O'Connor,  
805 Middlefield Road, Unit 5
Scarborough, ON   M1V 4Z6

Or you can make an online donation at:
CanadaHelps is a registered charity created to accept charitable 
donations online for Canada's 78,000 charitable organizations. 
[Charitable Registration Number 89656 8417 RR0001]

Special Note: If you wish to make an obscenely large donation, 
it is best to send a cheque directly to the Toronto address as 
Canada Helps does offer convenience, they charge a 4%
processing fee.  Guyana Christian Charities Canada 

does not charge any fees.

U.S. Residents:              

Please make cheques payable to: 
"Guyana Mission Fund"  
In the memo line of your cheque, please write:  
"Mercy Projects/O'Connor".  
The CCASA Community will send an official letter 
stating that  St. Joseph Mercy Hospital 
is a 501 C3 tax exempt organization.

Mail to:  
Sisters of Mercy of the Americas CCASA Community
8380 Colesville Road, Suite 300, Silver Spring, MD 20910