Tuitio Fidei et
Obsequium Pauperum

Protect the faith and serve the poor and those in need... regardless of their race and religion. About USDonate

Tuitio Fidei et
Obsequium Pauperum

Protect the faith and serve the poor and those in need... regardless of their race and religion. About USDonate

Order of Malta Global Presence

Over 900 Years of History

Emergency Medical Service

Humanitarian Aid

Education

Support for Disabled People

COUNTRIES

MEMBERS

DOCTORS & NURSES

VOLUNTEERS

HOSPITALS

COUNTRIES

MEMBERS

DOCTORS & NURSES

VOLUNTEERS

HOSPITALS

The Order of St John of Jerusalem is one of the oldest institutions of Western and Christian civilization. Present in Palestine in around 1050, it is a lay religious Order, traditionally of military, chivalrous, noble nature. Its 13,500 members include Professed Friars and others who have made the promise of obedience. The other Knights and Dames are lay members, devoted to the exercise of Christian virtue and charity. What distinguishes the Knights of Malta is their commitment to reaching their spiritual perfection within the Church and to expending their energies serving the poor and the sick.

The Polish Knights of Malta, Inc.

An affiliate of the Polish Association of the Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St. John of Jerusalem and of Malta.

The Polish Knights of Malta, Inc. was established on October 21, 1986 by Mr. and Mrs. Witold S. Sulimirski. Polish Knights of Malta, Inc. role is to support works and activities of the Knights of Malta in Poland and Worldwide.

History

The birth of the Order of St. John dates back to around 1048. Merchants from the ancient Marine Republic of Amalfi obtained from the authorisation to build a church.

The mission

The Order of Malta is neutral, impartial and non-political, which is why it can successfully act as a mediator between States.

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Donations to the Association of Polish Knights of Malta may be made by completing the PayPal donations or by electronic transfer.

Charitable works

Recent news

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Your contribution will support the activities of the Polish Knights of Malta in Poland and Worldwide.

Please use your Paypal account or credit card to donate via Paypal, using the button below:


Alternatively, you can send a donation check made out to the: Polish Knights of Malta, Inc.

Mail your check to:

Polish Knights of Malta, Inc
110 Chestnut Ridge Road 177
Montvale, NJ 07645

For regular donations, we will publish your name on the website unless you indicate that you want to remain anonymous. A receipt will be provided to you. All donations to the Polish Knights of Malta, Inc. are fully tax deductible under the law.

If you are donating to a special purpose please let us know.

Polish Knights of Malta, Inc., an affiliate of the Polish Association of the Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St. John of Jerusalem and of Malta, is covered by Section 501(c)(3)of the IRS Code by virtue of inclusion in the U.S Catholic Bishops Conference Group Exemption Ruling and listing in the Official Directory of the Archdiocese of New York.

MATCHING GIFT

How to Have Your Gift Matched

Your employer or your spouse’s employer may offer a program that matches charitable gifts. Matching gifts can double or even triple the impact of your donation.

To find out whether your company has a matching gifts program you may call your Human Resources Department.

To initiate a matching gift, complete your and/or your spouse’s employer’s matching gift form and send it along with your donation.

MAKE GIFT OF STOCK

Instructions for Gifts of Securities

Gifts of appreciated securities—including a publicly traded and privately held stock and mutual funds—offer a two-fold tax savings because you are then entitled to take a charitable deduction for the full current value of appreciated securities (held longer than one year), and also avoid paying the capital gains tax that would be due if you sold the securities.

To initiate a transfer of securities held by a brokerage or commercial bank, notify your broker or bank that you intend to electronically transfer the securities to the Polish Knights of Malta, Inc. Please also notify the office at 646.893.9617 or by email at: info@pkom.org to ensure your gift is properly received and attributed.

Contact

Polish Knights of Malta, Inc

110 Chestnut Ridge Road 177
Montvale, NJ 07645

 

info@pkom.org

Public Charity organization under IRC section 501(c)3

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Polish Knights of Malta, Inc is exempt from federal income tax under section 501(a) of the Internal Revenue Code as a public charity organization described in section 501(c)(3). Donations to the Polish Knights of Malta, Inc are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.