The 'La Paloma' campaign is raising funds to support the endowment of the Diocese of the Dominican Republic. To access the campaign website, click this image. To make a donation, please follow the instructions below.

In celebration of Bishop Holguin’s 26 years of ministry as diocesan bishop (1991-2017), the Dominican Development Group is asking involved dioceses, churches, mission teams and individuals to join a fundraising campaign to increase the Dominican diocesan endowment to a level where it can enable the diocese to be financially self-sufficient. More information on this “La Paloma” campaign is available on our campaign website, This campaign will conclude on December 31, 2017. More information on the diocesan endowment is available here.

There are several ways you can help make our campaign a success:

1) Give by check. Make your check out to “Dominican Development Group” with “Capital Campaign” in the memo field. Send your check to: Dominican Development Group, PO Box 272261, Tampa FL 33688-2261.

2) Give through PayPal or credit card. Your instructions for the intended use of your donation should be placed within the “Add special instructions to the seller” area on PayPal.

Donations for other purposes, such as scholarships for children in Dominican Episcopal schools or hurricane damage relief, may also be made by check or PayPal. Just follow the instructions above and indicate the purpose of your donation clearly. You are also welcome to use PayPal for payments for activities such as DDG-sponsored exploration trips.

Along with many non-profit organizations, the DDG is a member of the Amazon Smile program to allow the DDG to receive 0.5% of the cost of items purchased through Amazon at no additional cost to the purchaser. To enroll in this program, go to and follow the instructions to sign up. For more information, check this DDG news article.

The DDG is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501c3 organization, and contributions to the DDG are tax-deductible in accordance with the Internal Revenue Code (Title 26 of the United States Code).