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Fr. Caruana memorial fund - 21/2/2005

At the request of numerous doctors who attended St. Aloysius college, the following notice is being posted on the MAM website.
Otherwise MAM has no other involvement in the management of this fund.
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The Fr. Charles Caruana S.J. Memorial Fund


Fr. Charles Caruana S.J. died tragically on 28th January 2005 at the age of 66. Many old Aloysians will remember him as Prefect of Studies (1969-1972) Rector (1972-1978), Rector of the Gozo Seminary, Archbishop's delegate for church schools (1984), Provincial (1990-1996) and Rector again (1997-2003). He also taught English Literature at St Aloysius College for many years.
A group of his former pupils met on 1st February 2005 to set up the Fr. Charles Caruana S.J. Memorial Fund, which will be run by a board of trustees and regulated by a statute. The accounts will be audited and available to all contributors and former students of the College.
We aim to collect donations and invest them. The proceeds will be used to help underprivileged students of St. Aloysius’ College and to provide an annual prize to an outstanding student of English literature.
The purpose of the fund is to keep Fr. Caruana's memory alive in appreciation of the very positive, unique and formative role that he played in our education. Your donations can make this happen. Please donate generously.

Send a cheque to:
The Fr. Charles Caruana S.J. Memorial Fund
c/o KPMG
Portico Buildings,
Marina Street,
Pieta MSD 08

or place a deposit in:
The Fr. Charles Caruana S.J. Memorial Fund
Account number 40014050585
Gzira branch, Bank of Valletta.

Further information from Ms Lisa Ganado at KPMG Tel: 25631013
Donors submitting their e-mail address will be kept informed on the progress of the fund.

Trustees
Gordon Caruana-Dingli, Nicky Bianchi,
Pierre Travers Tauss, Eric Muscat and Stephen A Petroni



 
 
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