Choose a project. Set your goal. Spread the word.

As a MISSIO Fundraiser, you are spreading news about a project and helping it succeed. Share the project you select with friends and family through emails and on social media. Create an event in your parish or school. Below, you can set your fundraising goal and tell us why this project speaks to you. Then spread the word. Click here for tips on how to be a successful fundraiser.

How to Raise Money for Agricultural Missions
Become the Pope’s “Green” Fundraiser

If you’ve decided to answer Pope Francis’ call to support the missions, and you’re looking for an easy way to fundraise, then look no further than MISSIO’s crowdfunding platform.

Now you can become the Pope’s “green fundraiser” by championing one of the Catholic missions’ agricultural projects on our platform. With your help a community of sisters can feed families in Africa. You can help build a free-range chicken farm in Cameroon. Or train the young people of Nigeria to grow their own food. So if you’re looking for the best ways to fundraise for the Catholic missions, look no further than MISSIO.

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Need resources to fight COVID-19, Pope’s Missions
Community | United States

This past year may have felt like an endless Good Friday, as we suffered the loss of a loved one or livelihood, or struggled with illness, isolation, food insecurity, and general uncertainty due to CO

$200,000

Raised: $77,110


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Help St. Louis Organic Farm during COVID-19, Ghana
Community | Ghana

The farm was established in 2008 at the campus of St. Louis Secondary School in Kumasi where the Sisters have a convent. The aim is to train farm women and young people in agrobusiness and to offer th

$10,000

Raised: $7,086


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House Local Farmers in Cameroon
Community | Cameroon

The small town of Otele in central Cameroon is clearing land and cultivating existing palm nut trees in order to develop a local and sustainable business. Field and factory workers need a place to liv

$2,000

Raised: $1,385


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Help This Parish Farm during COVID-19, Ghana
Community | Ghana

The St. Francis of Assisi Parish, as part of its Youth Empowerment Program set up a Church farm in 2017 to train young people in agribusiness, organic farming and life employability skill. We focus on

$10,000

Raised: $7,159