How can I help?

Whoever is kind to the poor lends to the LORD, and he will reward them for what they have done. (Proverbs 19:17)

Merciful Heart of Jesus Farm is supported entirely by free will offerings. We greatly appreciate your help in building up and maintaining our congregation, its apostolates and facilities. Many improvements have already been done by generous and dedicated donors and volunteers. With your help, our congregation, its buildings and grounds can benefit many more people.


Offer your prayers

We are very grateful for any prayers and sacrifices you offer for the building up and fulfillment of God's will for The Franciscan Congregation of Divine Mercy. Your prayers and sacrifices are very valuable in the founding of our congregation. Please pray especially for vocations. Please also consider becoming a member of the third aspect by promising to do one act of Mercy a day and to pray for the reconciliation of earth and Heaven. God reward you!

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Offer your time

A lot of the work and improvements that have been done here at the Merciful Heart of Jesus Farm have been done by very generous volunteers. Please consider being one of them. Some opportunities include: barn chores, animal work, carpentry, fencing and field work, grounds maintenance, cleaning, help with special events, technological or computer help, shopping and offering rides at need. Please contact us for more information.

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Offer material items

Please contact us if you wish to donate material items beforehand as some needs are very specific and we do not want to have too many things. Some items that are useful for us are: bedding for the horses, dog and cat food, kitty litter, fabric, feed for the horses, wood, other building supplies, tools, horse tack items, items for obstacle courses for both the horses and the dogs, household items and food for us.

Current needs

Offer financial support

We try to live as frugal a life as possible. We help people free of charge. Because we have no regular income and are not supported financially by the Catholic Church, our ability to continue to exist and help those who come to us is dependent upon the free will offerings of the people.