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Letter 3 - Fees for participating in the GC27

GENERAL CHAPTERS - GC27 - General


The Economer General

Rome, 23rd October 2013
Prot. 13/0598

To the participants in the GC27:
Provincials, Delegates and Invitees,
at their respective addresses

 

Subject: Fees for participating in the GC27

 

Dear participants,

                                   I am writing to you in connection with the fees for participating in the GC27.

After carrying out an assessment of the total expenses involved in organizing the GC27, we have decided that the total cost for each participant will be Euro 3.000. This amount is to be paid also by those who have been invited.

The payment is to be made by the 1st of December 2013, by sending the money directly to the Economer General’s Office through a bank transfer, specifying the reason as: “participation in the GC27” and adding the “Province’s code”.

The bank accounts to be used are:

For a transfer in Euros:
BENEFICIARY              DIREZIONE GENERALE OPERE DON BOSCO
BANK                              BANCA POPOLARE DI SONDRIO
AGENCY                                    AGENZIA N.2 ROMA
IBAN                                IT54 O 05696 03202 000004655X77 
BIC/SWIFT                     POSOIT22

For a transfer in US dollars:
BENEFICIARY              DIREZIONE GENERALE OPERE DON BOSCO
BANK                              BANCA POPOLARE DI SONDRIO
AGENCY                                    AGENZIA N.2 ROMA
IBAN                                IT09 L 05696 03202 VARUS0004655 
BIC/SWIFT                     POSOIT22

 

If it is not possible to effect a bank transfer, an official request authorized by the Provincial or the Provincial Economer may be sent, by the above-mentioned date, stating that the amount required to pay the fees for participating in the GC27 can be taken from the Province’s account in the Office of the Economer General, provided that the necessary funds are available.

Those who cannot avail themselves of these two possibilities can, on arrival, pay the stated amount to the Economer General’s Office.

In a spirit of solidarity I would suggest to those Provinces that have the financial means to send to the Rector Major, through the Economer General’s Office, an offering in cash to be used for defraying the Chapter expenses of the Provinces that are in difficulty.  

I greet you cordially in Don Bosco.

 

Br. Jean Paul Muller
Economer  General