More than a million people every day advance themselves through our educational, health, and human services.
We promote positive change for a better world.

Who We Are

La Salle International Foundation is a USA-based development organization which supports a global educational, health and human service network of the De La Salle Brothers. In critical times, La Salle International provides emergency support for humanitarian relief projects around the world.

Where We Work

We partner with donors to help fund a variety of formative educational opportunities in 80 countries of the world. We sponsor formal classrooms, non-traditional experimental programs, and everything in-between.  We do this through a remarkably dedicated, enthusiastic, and compassionate staff that is passionately devoted to the service of others.

80

Participating Countries

330

Years of Service

1000

Educational Sites

1.2M

People Helped Daily

Current News

Update: Syrian Child Refugee Project Needs Your Assistance

The "Fratelli Project" is now in its third year of helping displaced Syrian children adapt to the harsh realities of an exiled life in Lebanon. Through a comprehensive series of ten different socio-educational programs, hundreds of children are being helped each year. Counseling, PTSD services, educational remediation, tutoring, peaceful conflict resolution training, preschool programs and recreational activities are all being provided through the Fratelli Project.

Help Lasallian Puerto Rican School Buy New Generator

Recovery from the ravages of Hurricane Maria is taking longer than expected, but the De La Salle Brothers' schools are open and operating. While power is slowly being restored to the island, the school needs electricity immediately to power computers, provide classroom lighting, attend to safety issues and operate general services. They are requesting financial assistance to purchase a $35,000 generator which will provide both immediate and long-term solution to the intermittent power shortages which plague Puerto Rico's outdated electrical grid.

Enhancing Over One Million Lives Every Day.

80 Countries. 330 Years of Service. 1,000 Educational Centers.