TO MAKE A DONATION to DMIWOO either click on the yellow “Donate” button above or mail a check Payable to: “DMIWOO”, PO Box 156, Ellensburg, WA 98926. If you prefer to designate your donation to a specific initiative (i.e. widow training, orphan education, medical clinic building fund) please indicate such on your check.
FOR TAX DEDUCTIONS: DMIWOO will mail you a tax receipt as long as you provide your mailing address with your donation. If you are donating online via PayPal, please remember to check the “Share your mailing address” checkbox.
We are a 501 (c) 3 non-profit charity. Our Federal TAX ID # is 45-2407300.
We do like to thank our donors, both privately and publicly. We highly respect your privacy and your donation can remain anonymous, if you wish.
The people of Obike, Nigeria are overwhelmed by how generous DMIWOO donors are. They continually ask us to tell you, the donors, how very appreciative they are.
Needs of the community are constantly changing. A few years ago the community's water system failed. It was DMIWOO funds that fixed and improved the system. Undesignated gifts give us the freedom to apply funds where they are needed most.
As a way of making ourselves into useful instruments in the spreading of God’s Grace and Mercy, we are committed to the task of empowering the needy and lifting them out of poverty. Our organization has found direction for this noble cause in the plight of the widows and orphans of Obike, Nigeria.
Why here? Members of our nonprofit organization have visited this town and developed a personal and ongoing connection and relationship by which we can closely follow and see the results of our charitable efforts. The first impulse is to help with the most immediate daily needs, food, clothing, healthcare, but we also see the needs for a widow’s lifetime, and an orphan’s lifetime.
We all have it in our power to create self-sufficiency, pride and confidence for the next generation.Touch a life. Restore a hope. Give what you are able to change a life.
May God bless you,
Executive Director, Divine Mercy International Widows &Orphans Organization
We are a charitable organization that uses a “hands on” approach to its project work — visiting the Obike town annually, engaging constant contact with our charitable recipients and training partners. We select our Local Partners carefully, ensuring fiscal stewardship of all contributed funds. We pledge the transparent and honest disbursement of funds and compliance with U.S. legal reporting.