St. John Bosco is a Children Home and Trade Training school in Mandeville, Jamaica, owned and operated by the Sisters of Mercy, a Catholic order of Nuns committed to working with the poor, sick, and uneducated.

St. John Bosco aims provides solid primary education and a skill of choice for all of the children in our care. We are determine to improve their chance to be successful youths through discipline.

There are numerous ways you can help to improve the lives of the boys at St. John Bosco. Donation, missionary trips and sponsorship are the main options however we are open to other ideas that will have positive influence on the boys.

Your willingness to given from your heart is just incredible. You’ve shown them love, kindness and precious moments of unforgettable smiles. The children are so fortunate and grateful for your continued support. Thank you.

Sisters of Mercy is an international community of Roman Catholic women religious vowed to serve people who suffer from poverty, sickness and lack of education with a special concern for women and children.

Our Diocese, though small, tries to do its part to carry out the mandate of Jesus Christ to “feed the hungry, clothe the naked and bring the good news to all the people”.

Alpha Institute is a CAP and Trade Training school in Kingston Jamaica that is under the same umbrella as St. John Bosco. Many souvenirs that are are in love with, such as the beautiful pens, are made at the Service Bureau at Alpha.