St. Michael's International School
 

Supporting SMIS: The Annual Fund

 

St. Michael’s International School is a not-for-profit independent school. We keep tuition as low as is practically possible, whilst maintaining the integrity of the School.  To achieve this 80% of all tuition fees is committed to staffing our academic programs.  These programs are then enriched and supported through donations made to our annual fund.

Our Annual Fund is a year-long fundraising program which helps us to enhance and enrich many of the cultural and academic programs that makes St. Michael’s International School so unique.

 

 

In recent years, donations have helped us to install much needed shade in the playground, equipped our ICT suite with 27 new desktop computers and provided volumes of books for our library and classrooms.  

 

In 2017-2018 the Annual Fund will be used to enhance facilities for all of our children with the installation of new playground equipment.  This important initiative will help to create an outdoor play space that our students can enjoy for many years to come.

 

 

 

How to make a Donation to St. Michael’s International School

St. Michael’s International School can accept gifts in Japanese yen only. This can be in cash, cheque or bank transfer. Gifts over ¥5000 are now eligible for tax deductibility under the special designated tax status (tokuzo) that SMIS has received.

 

*Please mark your donation as 'For the Annual Fund'


Give by Cheque

Cheques should be made payable to Gaku Sei Mikaeru Kokusai Gakko

and sent by post to the following address:


St. Michael’s International School

3-17-2 Nakayamate-dori

Chuo-ku

Kobe 650-0004 Japan


Give by Bank Transfer

You can make a bank transfer to this account:

 

Account name: Gaku Sei Mikaeru Kokusai Gakko

Bank Name and Branch: Mizuho Bank, Kobe Branch 490
Current Account: Futsu Koza
Account number: 1609993
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 
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