Your generous contribution today will enable another generation of young people to become part of the ongoing mission of St. John Baptist de La Salle. These spirited young women and men live and work within under-resourced communities empowering people through education. All contributions this summer will support Kitson Institute for the formation and training of Lasallian Volunteers. This formation makes a real difference for the volunteers and those they serve and is only possible with your support. Thank you.
Or mail donations, payable to Christian Brothers Conference: Lasallian Volunteers, 415 Michigan Ave. NE, Suite 300, Washington, DC 20017
Where Donations Go
It costs approximately $8,500 for the Lasallian Volunteers to recruit, interview, train and provide support to one volunteer for a year of service. Click here to read our Annual Report.
Ways to Give
Become a Monthly Donor
Mail your Donation
Make checks payable to Christian Brothers Conference Lasallian Volunteers (c/o Christian Brothers Conference), 415 Michigan Ave. NE Suite 300 Washington, DC 20017
You can support the Lasallian Volunteers program in a variety of ways including through your estate. Including the Lasallian Volunteers in your estate plan will not only assist you in reaching and achieving your own philanthropic and charitable giving goals, but it will also allow the Lasallian Volunteers to continue their mission of empowering the poor by personalized service primarily through education well into the future. There are many charitable planned giving options available to you including bequests, naming the Lasallian Volunteers as the beneficiary of your retirement plan or life insurance policy, charitable gift annuities and many more options. If you are considering making a planned gift to the LV program, please contact Christopher Anderson email@example.com or (202) 529-0047.
Ways to Help
There are numerous ways to support Lasallian Volunteers. We invite you to become involved with our efforts in whatever ways you are able.
Share the Lasallian Volunteers Story
The best way to support our work is to share the LV story with the people you know. We need to get the word out about what the volunteers do and encourage more people to get involved.
Host a Gathering in your Home
This is a great way to share the LV story with your friends and family. Depending on the location, a current or former volunteer will be able to join you and speak about their experience.
Visit LVs in a Local Ministry
Spend time with an LV in their community or ministry to see their work and community experience firsthand. It is a wonderful opportunity to connect with volunteers and understand the depth of their experience.
Cooperate with another LV Alum or two to host a gathering of your friends at home or in a local hot spot to promote the program and raise money towards LVs serving at your former ministry.
Continue supporting the LV Program so new Volunteers can replicate the steps of your son/daughter. When your Alum son/daughter is home, invite some friends to learn about the LV story.
Brother or Lasallian Partner
Promote the LV program among your students and clients. Invite an LV to speak in your classes and share their experience. Consider putting on a fundraiser at your ministry to raise money for the LV program.
We are continually striving to find new ways to connect with donors and foundations to further support the incredible work of the volunteers. If you are able to support us financially, please make a donation online or by mailing a check to the address below.