St. Michael's International School

The Capital Campaign



What is a Capital Campaign?

A Capital Campaign is a large scale, special fundraising initiative for a specific and targeted project. A Capital Campaign supports

the financing of major enhancements to the school. Capital Campaigns generally last 3-5 years.


What is the difference between an Annual Campaign and a Capital Campaign?

The Annual Campaign offers direct support to the school operating budget and benefits are seen almost immediately. Support for a Capital Campaign is solicited for a specific purpose such as building renewal or expansion and may take longer to reach a larger financial goal.


Is St. Michael’s International School currently in a Capital Campaign?

Not currently. Following the successful completion of the ambitious 70th Project the capital campaign has been ended.


What have previous Capital Campaigns achieved? 

Thanks to the generosity of donors to The 70th Project, St. Michael's  International School has been able to renovate the main building, providing significantly upgraded facilities for staff and students to enjoy including anti-seismic renovations, improved lighting, fire safety features and air conditioning. a new multipurpose school hall and an exciting new playground.





How to Support the SMIS Capital Campaign

Make a direct donation: Gifts of any size make a difference and can be made by bank transfer or a cash donation. You can download the donor form from our website.

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


Kobe 650-0004


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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