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Thursday, March 31, 2022

Statement Regarding Crisis in Ukraine

March 23, 2022-Catholic Charities Boston continues to monitor the horrific refugee crisis due to the war in Ukraine. We are aware of the White House’s announcement that 100,000 refugees will be welcomed to the United States. As a refugee resettlement agency, we have not yet received any information about the logistics of such an effort nor have we been asked to assist by our federal or state partners at this point. As we have for more than 100 years, we stand ready to welcome refugees and migrants to Boston.

For more information, please visit our Ukraine page.

Ways To Help Refugees

Make a Donation
To help people directly on the ground serving Ukrainians, consider supporting Catholic Relief Services (CRS). CRS is the international humanitarian Agency of the Catholic Community in the U.S. and is working to provide shelter, meals, and safe transport to Ukrainian families. Make a donation to Catholic Relief Services here

View a list of other organizations that accept donations for medical supplies and humanitarian aid here.

The situation in Ukraine remains fluid. At this point, our Agency has not yet been called upon to respond and resettle Ukrainian refugees to the Greater Boston area, but it may become a possibility in the future. If you would like to provide your contact information for potential upcoming opportunities, please fill out our contact form by selecting “volunteer/donate” and providing the following details:

  • Your name
  • Location/address
  • What type of support you can provide (i.e., food/meals, transportation, employment assistance, housing)

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