Saint Jude Tuition Fund Corporation

World Peace through Education



First educate all the women.  Their families will then be educated.


MONTH OF MAY Theme:
Christians in Africa
That Christians in Africa, in imitation of the Merciful Jesus, may give prophetic witness to reconciliation, justice, and peace.



Father Samuel Jandeh and his friend from Abuja, Nigeria, with Kathy Williams.  Nigerian immigrants are among the most successful in the U.S.A.  Without education, Nigerian women are doomed to a life of poverty.

       World peace through                 education. 

Harvard economist  Amartya Sen: “No famine has ever taken place in the history of the world in a functioning democracy.” 









With your help, we can help individual African and Chaldean Christian women achieve a higher education, paving the way for their families to be productive and peaceful citizens of Earth.

Our Mission: to educate women in higher education so that their families will be educated. An educated populace is a peaceful one. 

We are supporting refugees, new U.S. Citizens, and other motivated first-generation students achieve a college education.  We also have helped persecuted people survive the horrors and violence in South Sudan, Rwanda, Iraq, and Syria.

The Cohn Family of San Diego has graciously offered THREE different times at three different wonderful restaurants to help us raise money to fund the education of struggling first-generation students.  Many of you know the Saint Jude Tuition Fund story; for those of you not familiar with us, see some of our story at SJTFC.org.  For our out-of-town supporters, don't hesitate to invite your San Diego friends who would like to join us.



See our YouTube video: "Helping Sandrine": 

We are a non-profit 501(c)(3) Corporation.  Your donation will be tax deductible for residents of the U.S.A. under IRC Section 170.

Our EIN number is 47-3401485.