Help Us Provide Emergency Aid For Ukraine
100% of all donations will be used to provide humanitarian relief to refugees and our brothers and sisters suffering in Ukraine right now.
Those in need will be supplied with food, water, clothing, shelter, medicine, etc. Thank you for caring and for showing immense generosity. God bless you.
A Catholic charity serving our suffering and persecuted brothers and sisters around the world since 1947
Humanitarian Aid - ukraine
If you are able, please make a donation to help the faithful of Ukraine.
The war is nearly four months old, and the needs are both immediate and long-term.
“The worst consequences of the war will not be immediate, but will drag out. The psychological, spiritual, physical and humanitarian consequences, as well as those on the family, will probably be felt later. The healing is a process,” says Bishop Radoslaw Zmitrowicz, an auxiliary in the Diocese of Kamyanets-Podilskyi.
With your help, we will respond to those in distress, whatever the needs, whenever we are needed.
Help the Children - lebanon
One of our project partners, a devoted Sister serving both Syria and Lebanon told us recently, “Please do not let Lebanon fall.”
The country’s catastrophic economic meltdown is affecting every aspect of society, touching every household. Shortage of food, medicine, clothing – just about anything you can imagine a family would need to survive.
One part of society Lebanon is gradually losing are its Catholic schools. Schools that have become a second home for children, a place of safety, a place where they are given one meal a day — food they may not be able to receive at home.
You can help these children and these schools survive.
- Success Stories
“What but pure evil would make a man kill a four-year-old and a two-year-old like this, in church during Mass?” the bishop asked. He added, without reservation, that the Pentecost attack was an “act of genocide.”
Father Vitus Borogo was murdered during a botched kidnapping attempt. Father Joseph Aketeh Bako was abducted at the beginning of March and spent one month in captivity, after which he died of illness and mistreatment.
“These people have nothing to do with politics or terrorist groups. They have nothing to defend themselves with when they are attacked. It’s absolute turmoil. I’m sad. I knew almost all the victims”
“Everyday men and women are arbitrarily killed, as our priests were murdered today. The Jesuits in Mexico will continue to speak out against this reality which causes so much harm to society. We will remain, and continue to work for the mission of justice, reconciliation, and peace, through our pastoral, educational and social work.”