On this page you will find several ways to contribute to The Teilhard de Chardin Project and documentary.  Options include both tax-deductible and not. 

Non-tax deductible gifts

By Paypal:  Contribute any amount by Paypal here.  You can pay with a credit or debit card or via your paypal account.

By check:  Make your check payable to The Teilhard de Chardin Project and send it to
                       Mary Frost
                       Teilhard de Chardin Project
                       6872 Chelsea Road
                       McLean, VA  22101


Tax-deductible gifts via Georgetown University

Georgetown University has established a fund in support of The Teilhard de Chardin Project. Georgetown University has strong ties to Teilhard, who visited the university twice when he was alive. Georgetown’s library is the repository of the largest collection of Teilhard papers and artifacts in the United States, and the late Thomas M. King, S.J. was the country’s leading Teilhard scholar for three decades while a professor here.

You can give a tax deductible financial gift to the Teilhard de Chardin Project either by check or online.

To Give Online
Please be sure to read all of the instructions before making your donation online.

  1. Go to the Georgetown Giving Website. **
  2. Under “Direct your gift” – “Selected Designations,” type “Teilhard de Chardin Film Project” into the “Other Designation” text box, as well as the amount of your gift in the financial column.
  3. Add your personal information.
  4. Click on Next.

**If link does not work, go to  and on the “Welcome to Georgetown Giving” page, click on “Give Online”

To Give by Check

Make out your check to Georgetown University, and write “Teilhard de Chardin Film Project” in the memo line.  (The words “Film Project” are critical to distinguish it from another Teilhard de Chardin fund that exists at Georgetown.) Then send it to:
Georgetown University
Attn: Alice Wolfkill
Office of Advancement
2115 Wisconsin Ave, NW Suite 500
Washington, DC 20057

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