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Catholic News ServiceFebruary 25, 2022
Julian Pishko bows his head as Ukraine supporters attend a prayer service inside St. Constantine Ukrainian Catholic Church in Minneapolis Feb. 24, 2022, after Russia launched a massive military operation against Ukraine. (CNS photo/Stephen Maturen, Reuters)

WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Various Catholic agencies are collecting donations to aid with the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine, as people flee to escape Russian bombing and shelling. Here are some places to donate. This list is not exhaustive.

The international Caritas confederation is collecting funds to help Caritas Ukraine. In the United States, that is through Catholic Relief Services: https://bit.ly/3LWtOKa. Internationally, you can donate through https://www.caritas.org/.

The Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Philadelphia also has a link: https://ukrarcheparchy.us/donate.

Two pontifical agencies also are taking donations for Ukraine: Catholic Near East Welfare Association, https://cnewa.org/campaigns/ukraine/, and Aid to the Church in Need, https://www.churchinneed.org/. Internationally, Aid to the Church can be reached at https://bit.ly/3vfqCn4.

Jesuit Refugee Service Europe is supporting those fleeing the war in Ukraine. Donate at jrseurope.org.

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