Donate to ASEC
The African Sisters Education Collaborative (ASEC) was established in 1999 by four Catholic universities in the U.S. and their congregations:
- the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Philadelphia (Chestnut Hill College)
- the Sisters of IHM of Scranton (Marywood University)
- the Sisters of Saint Francis of Philadelphia (Neumann University)
- the Society of the Holy Child Jesus (Rosemont College)
That same year, ASEC set up computer labs and began providing technology workshops to African Sisters in five pilot countries: Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. We received 501(c)(3) nonprofit approval in 2006.
ASEC now serves 10 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa with over 50 partnerships in the USA and Africa combined.
Need more info? Read our extensive evaluation reports to understand our program outcomes and performance. Our reports are dated back to 2007! Don't forget to check out our Press & Media page, too.
Sponsor a Sister Today
You can make a difference by sponsoring a Catholic Sister in Africa. Our two-year scholarships provide an opportunity for these women to complete secondary school, certificate or diploma-level education.
💜 $20 = 1 week of training
💜 $85 = 1 month of training
💜 $250 = 3 months of training
💜 $500 = 6 months of training
💜 $1,000 = 1 year of training
Pay by check:
To make a donation, print this form and mail your check made payable to African Sisters Education Collaborative to the address below:
African Sisters Education Collaborative
2300 Adams Avenue
Scranton, PA 18509
For questions regarding donations and partnerships, please contact:
Sr. Nancy KamauDirector of Development