Our Mission

"We provide improved sources of water to villages in India where the need is greatest."

Members of the Catholic Men’s Fellowship from the Catholic Communities of St. Francis Xavier and St. Joseph’s  founded and direct the charity “Nothing’s Wasted”,  honoring Father Francis (Frank) McGauley, S.J.   Fr. Frank was a Jesuit missionary in India for 35 years.  

Fr. McGauley died on July 15, 2008  and had a profound effect on many people including our men’s group. In remembrance, our group decided to start Nothings Wasted,  a charity in his honor that has raised donations for more than 94 wells and a reservoir in India. 

The goal and focus of “Nothing’s Wasted” is to continue to drill wells in villages where Fr. Frank served; we work closely with the Jesuit missionaries in India to identify where wells will do the most good.   Our Men’s Groups are responsible for donating the goods and materials for the dinner so that 100% of the donated funds can be used to dig wells.  

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Sign up to hear about our annual event and fundraiser!

Annual Fundraiser Dinner

March 30, 2019 at Loyola Blakefield

5:00 Mass

6:00 Wine and Appetizers 

6:45 Dinner

You Can  Donate Now at  MDSJ.org

Be sure to add NOTHINGS WASTED in the Intentions/Comments/ Questions

 Or by Check: 

Make Payable to: 

Maryland Province Jesuits  Fund 

memo:  Nothings Wasted

Loyola Blakefield

500 Chestnut Ave, Towson, MD 21204

Roger Cassell (410) 440-3150