The Monastery of Saint John in Suceava Appeals to Support Ukrainian Refugees

Refugees in Romania form Ukraine.

Refugees in Romania from Ukraine.

Refugees in Romania from Ukraine.

Refugees in Romania from Ukraine.

OCP News Service – 28/2/22

Siret-Romania: The Community of the Monastery of Saint John the New in Suceava (Romania) appeals to everyone to support refugees from Ukraine as a result of the ongoing conflict. The Monastery is situated 150 Km away from Siret (bordering Ukraine).

The Monastic is presently offering accommodation, hot meals, transport and assistance to all those are seeking help. The Monastery also offers help at Siret customs point and at the Burdujeni railway station, where Ukrainian-speaking volunteers provide food, accommodation and transport packages.

The refugees can use the below phone numbers to contact the Monastic Community.
750751 156 235 (Arhim. Iustin Tănase)
0740 314 777 – (Fr. Ionel Maloș)

Donations can be sent to the below bank accounts:
In Romanian lei: RO51 RNCB 0234 0370 1091 0014
In Euros: RO78 RNCB 0234 0370 1091 0110
Kindly mention ‘Donation for the Ukrainian refugee’

The community also requires non-perishable, canned food, blankets, linen, mattresses, pillows, duvets, toys, medicines, personal hygiene products (especially for women and children) or even household products to further support the refugee inflow from Ukraine.

Items can be donated to Children’s settlement “St. Hierarch Leontie from Rădăuți”
Calea Bucovinei, no. 201
Rădăuți, Suceava County, CP 725400
Phone: 0330 566 441

The Archdiocese of Suceava and Radauti also supports Ukrainian citizens who are refugees in Romania.

Contributed by Priest-monk Lachint, Monastery of Saint John Jacob, Romania, district of Suceava. 

OCP News Service

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