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Kolbe Center for the Study of Creation
On-line Donation or Printable Form Donation

The Kolbe Center was incorporated in the State of Virginia as a non-profit educational corporation on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, December 8, in the Year of Jubilee 2000. The directors of the Kolbe Center are Catholic Laymen. The Episcopal Advisor of the Kolbe Center is Bishop Roman Danylak. The Spiritual Advisor to the Kolbe Center is Fr. Robert Ruskamp. The Kolbe Center has received approval from the Internal Revenue Service as a tax-exempt, non-profit corporation. We are a Catholic lay apostolate that receives no funds from the Church. Your prayers and financial support are greatly appreciated.


We now accept on-line donations using PayPal. A PayPal account offers you the flexibility of making a one time donation or an automated periodic gift. If you prefer not to create a PayPal account, a one time major credit card donation can also be made through PayPal. If you choose a periodic gift, donations can be made either weekly or monthly.  The period is specified on the donation menu on the left side of this page. Periodic donations can be stopped at any point by simply logging into your PayPal account or emailing us at howen@shentel.net


If you prefer not to donate on-line then make checks payable to the Kolbe Center.

Mail to:

The Kolbe Center
952 Kelly Rd.
Mt. Jackson, VA 22842

Please send me information about:

1. _____  Organizing a one-day local seminar at my local Catholic school or parish.
2. _____  The next International Catholic Conference on Creation.

Enclosed  is my donation – Check Number ______

Name (please print): _____________________________

Mailing Address:   _______________________________

City, State, Zip:   ________________________________

Telephone:   ___________________________________

Email address:   _________________________________

For further information, please contact Hugh Owen at (540) 856-8453, E-mail howen@shentel.net

 





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