Restoration of the Jesuit Mirador Villa

October 18, 2017
By: 
Office of Alumni Relations

How to Donate:
 
In the Philippines
 
1.) Write a check payable to:
 
PHILIPPINE JESUIT AID ASSOCIATION, INC. (or PJAA)
3rd Floor, CLC Center, Seminary Drive
ADMU Campus, Loyola Heights, 1108 Quezon City, MM.
Tel.: 926-5974, 926-9831 • FAX 926-8150
Email: aid@phjesuits.org
 
2.) Deliver your donation to the PJAA Office (address above).
 
3.) Donate using your credit card. Click on the link below (or copy and paste it in your browser’s address bar): https://www.phjesuits.org/donate/give.php
 
4.) Give over-the-counter at branches of the Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI).
In the payment or deposit slip, write “PJAA”. Indicate your full name as reference.
(Use only alphanumeric characters as reference. Don’t use periods, commas, dashes, etc.)
 
5) If you have a BPI account, you can use the following facilities by first enrolling PJAA as a biller/merchant and then by indicating your full name instead of a reference number:
 
BPI Express Teller – Donate through BPI ATMs.
BPI Express Phone – Call 89-100 and select check-free payment option.
BPI Express Online – Donate via the Internet. You can schedule your donations one-time, monthly or quarterly, and receive confirmation via e-mail for each successful transaction.
 
In the United States
 
1.) Make USD check payable to PHILIPPINE JESUIT FOUNDATION and mail this to:
 
PHILIPPINE JESUIT FOUNDATION
P.O. Box 312
New York, NY 10028
Tel: +1(646)370-1526
Email: pjf@phjesuits.org
 
Philippine Jesuit Foundation (PJF) is a charitable organization under section 501(c)3 of the US Internal Revenue Code. Contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
 
2.) Donate using your credit card. Click on the link below (or copy and paste it in your browser’s address bar): https://www.phjesuits.org/pjf/share.php
 
In Other Countries
 
Donate using your credit card. Click on the link below (or copy and paste it in your browser’s address bar): https://www.phjesuits.org/pjf/share.php
 
You can also download a Donor Form through this link:
https://www.phjesuits.org/donate/donorsheet.pdf

Baguio now has 4 ‘cultural’ landmarks
Philippine Daily Inquirer / 11:12 PM January 04, 2016
BAGUIO CITY—The National Museum of the Philippines has declared four century-old buildings in the summer capital, two of these
known among tourists as “haunted” structures, as important cultural landmarks of the country.
The National Museum issued Resolution No. 06-15 which classifies the former Dominican order’s Grand House (which was turned
into the abandoned Diplomat Hotel on Dominican Hill), the Mirador Jesuit Villa (also near Dominican Hill), the popular “White House”
on Leonard Wood Road and the old Baguio lodging house owned by the Peredo family as cultural structures now under government protection.