For over 30 years we have worked diligently while harmoniously giving back . To date 63,000 Pilgrimages have been given for free and
many charities receive consistent support. Our employees and their families are extremely important, as are our suppliers and partners
around the world. Caring for, and loving, all souls is our obligation!
To embark on a Pilgrimage is to symbolically walk in the footsteps of God and emulate his path. On Pilgrimage, we are challenged to express our faith with deep devoutness and to live
as He did. The Holy Father has noted that, “Pilgrimage is one of the most eloquent expressions of the faith of God’s people”. Another way to grow closer to our lord is through charity; as
the Holy Father says, “Prayer, humility, and charity all are essential in the Christian life: they are the way to holiness.”
Thanks be to God, in the 33 years since 206 Tours opened its doors, tens of thousands of lives have been changed through Pilgrimage. There have been hundreds of people who
experienced vocation callings, hundreds of churches all over the world have opened their doors so that our priests can celebrate daily mass, and countless connections and lifetime
friendships have been born.
As always, all credit and Glory to God, as without Him, and without You, Our Beloved Pilgrims, none of this would have been possible.
206 Tours encourages any who may feel compelled to join in this mission of pilgrimage and charity as we collectively work towards bettering our world, through Christ.
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Here are some of the charities that we have been blessed to support:
An online community dedicated to re-energizing the Catholic Church in America by developing world-class resources that inspire people to rediscover the genius of Catholicism.
St Paul Center for Biblical Theology
The St. Paul Center for Biblical theology is dedicated to driving a revival in the study of Catholic Scripture, bringing countless Catholics into an encounter with the life-transforming power of God’s Word, both in Liturgy and life.
Holy Child Program, Bethlehem
The Holy Child Program is dedicated to instilling hope through healing as it provides intensive therapy and education for children suffering the effect of trauma and acts as a sanctuary for children in The Holy Land.
Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre (Eastern Lieutenancy)
Entrusted with a special mission from the Holy Father, the Order serves, supports, and protects Christians living in the Holy Land.
Rockville Centre Diocese
206 Tours is headquartered in Hauppauge, NY in the Diocese of Rockville Center. Charitable giving to the Diocese of Rockville Center serves more than 600,000 people on Long Island each year, promoting faith, providing education, feeding the hungry, and fostering the vocation of priesthood
Sisters of Life
The Sisters of Life are dedicated to the protection and enhancement of the sacredness of every human life, welcoming and assisting pregnant women in need of help.
Franciscan Friars of the Renewal
The primary mission of this community is a wholehearted embracing of Jesus Christ and our Holy Father St. Francis through prayer, contemplation, fidelity, and service.
Started by Wayne Weible in 1989 this non-profit addresses the many telephone calls and letters requesting information about apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the village of Medjugorje as well as carries out a multitude of charitable services to those in need.
Real Life Catholic
Real Life Catholic’s purpose is to ignite a bold, contagious faith in the heart of every Catholic in America, by building a movement of Catholics who share the beauty, power and truth of the Gospel with a world that has largely forgotten.
The Glastonbury Abbey is dedicated to the preservation and development of its church to respect the centuries of prayer and faith it’s walls has and will continue to foster.
The Marian Helpers serves the nearly 500 priests who make up the Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception who are apostles of the Divine Mercy devoted to leading souls to Jesus through Mary.
Sisters of Mercy
The Sisters of Mercy is an organization of Catholic Women who envision a just world for the poor, sick, and uneducated. They commit their lives to God and their resources to serve, advocate and pray for those in need around the world.
Steven and Patti Ann McDonald Foundation Inc
NYPD Officer Steven McDonald was shot in 1986 and was left quadriplegic. Steven lived for another 30 years after being shot and famously forgave his shooter which is detailing n the foreword of the book titled, Why Forgive?, which was written by Christian Author, Pastor Johann Christoph Arnold.
Mater Dei Music Ministry
Since 1992 the brother and sister duo known as Dei Music Ministry, Father Charles Mangano and his sister Laurie have been creating Catholic music and generously donating their proceeds from album and ticket sales to various charities. To date, they have donated almost half a million dollars to local organizations giving back to the community and helping God's people. Learn more about who they support here:
Path to Peace Foundation | The Permanent Observer Mission of the Holy See to the United Nations
Established in 1964, The Permanent Observer Mission of the Holy See to the United Nations provides an active role toward the advancement of peace and injustice in the international community serving as a vehicle for promoting the teachings of the Catholic Church.
Priests for Life
The Priests of Life galvanizes the clergy to preach, teach, and mobilize their people to respect and preserve life.