National Mission Project

In 1967 a special appeal was launched to provide a concrete block-making machine for a station on Wallis and Futuna. Later, in 1974, as a result of that project the National Mission Project was established to be used for a special mission purpose in the Pacific Islands each year. The annual recipient is chosen at the February Board Meeting. Branches are invited to suggest a project through their Diocesan Presidents .

Recent project recipients include

  • $2655 Pentecost Island, Vanuatu
  • $2400 Divit, Rural, Solomon Islands
  • $2767 Trainee SMSM sisters, Medical Supplies, Solomon Islands
  • $1000 SMSM Convent Replacement, Solomon Islands
  • $1660 Vanua Levu, Fiji
  • $800 Ma’ufanga, Nuku’alofa, Tonga-Cooler for DMI Sisters, Hataku
  • $1758 Solomon Islands
  • $2692 Re-roof SMSM Sister’s Dispensary, Ma’ufanga, Tonga
  • Sisters of Our Lady of Nazareth – Tonga
  • Our Lady of Visitation Rural Women’s Training Center Tarapaina, Solomon Islands.