Partners For Madagascar
Thinking You've Got An Economic Crisis On Your Hand?
TRY LIVING ON ONLY $1,400 A YEAR!
Partners for Magdagascar (PFM) is devoted to working for and helping
the people of Madagascar reach economic self-determination and environmental awareness
Developing Rural Schools
Helps tribal peoples remain in their homelands
Combats urban migration and poverty
Rescuing Infants and Children from dangerous tribal taboos
Tanjona Children and Youth Centers
Prevent teenage prostitution
Combat child trafficking
Keeping the "Brain-Trust" inside a developing country through HECMMA Institute
-Madagascar's first accredited private university
PFM officers, board members, advisory council members, and national workers are strictly forbidden from political involvement in the name of Partners For Madagascar.
PFM complies fully with Malagasy government law and precepts and seeks government cooperation wherever this is appropriate.
Ways to Donate
Partners for Madagascar offers a number of ways to make donations.
On-line Giving - You can support our operation, projects, people, and capital needs by making a credit card donation using PayPal.
You don't have to have a PayPal account. Do the following:
- Click on the Donate link - you will be taken to Paypal
- Enter the amount to donate
- Click the 'Update' button
- Click the 'Continue' located near the bottom left of that page to pay by credit card without registering/logging into a Paypal account.
- Enter you credit card info and submit it
Giving by Phone - You can make a telephone contribution by calling our Fort Walton Beach Office at
850-420-5898. We will need to take down all the information on the Donation Form.
Giving by Mail - Please print and complete the Donation Form and send it with your gift to:
Partners for Madagascar
PO Box 1196
Fort Walton Beach, FL 32549
See Donations/Volunteer page.
Don't Underestimate Your Impact
His family name is Fabiola Andriatahina which means "blessed by God." Fabiola is 10 years old. He was born on September 7, 1998, in Tulear, southwest Madagascar.
When his parents divorced, his step-mother abused him physically. So Fabiola's father brought him to Tanjona children's center. With a gift of $25 a month, PFM can secure his education and future for a wholesome and productive life.