If you wish to support our work on a continuing basis you can set up a Standing Order. For Euro or Sterling, please download a Standing Order form and post it to us.
You can also make a donation through the postal services or directly from your bank to our Bank Account (IBAN IE88 BOFI 9012 1262 8354 17 for Euro or IBAN GB10 BOFI 9023 3812 3180 32 for Sterling).
Or: Remember us in your will: Please include the following wording: "the Congregational Leader, for the time being, of the Medical Missionaries of Mary".
For our UK Donors: Since we have moved from England we will no longer be a registered trust in the UK and will be unable to collect Gift Aid on UK donations. The last claim for Gift Aid was made for donations we received as of 4 October 2020. We appreciate the continued support we receive from our many friends in the UK by post, online, bank transfer and through legacies. Thank You!
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We are an international congregation of women religious, founded by Mother Mary Martin in Nigeria, in 1937. Desiring to share Christ's healing love, we bring health services to people of different cultures where human needs are great.
MMMs are serving in 12 countries around the world. Sisters come from 19 countries and are trained in a variety of health-related professions. With Mary as our model, our special concern is the care of mother and child and the fostering of family life.
In our November/December e-newsletter you can read how MMMs, Associates and staff in Kenya, West Africa and Honduras are creatively supporting and bringing hope to others during this time of crisis. You can also read the stories of four more women celebrating fifty years of commitment in MMM in 2020.
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the Medical Missionaries of Mary in
prayer. We remember you each day.
Please pray for our Sisters, Associates and staff, who work to bring God’s love and healing in areas of great need, many affected by conflict and unrest.