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Caritas Monaco supported refugees from Ukraine with a charity campaign

In its recent announcement the Principality’s diocese described the initiative of “Caritas Monaco” inviting all those who wished to help to donate. Immediately successful the appeal to date, “Caritas Monaco” has collected and sent 69,000 euros (including 12,000 euros sent urgently from Monday 28th February).

This week, a second envelope of around 75,000 euros should be sent again to the “Caritas internationalis” in Rome, intended for this aid.

“Caritas Monaco” and the diocese of Monaco warmly thank all the donors and encourage, in view of the dramatic news, all those who wish to continue their efforts and their donations.

Monsignor Dominique-Marie David thus especially thanks the generous donors and continues to invite all the faithful to a fervent prayer in this time of Lent, in order to implore divine mercy for peace.


In cash or by check to:
CARITAS MONACO – Saint Devote Parish
1 place Sainte Devote – 98000 MONACO
Or by bank transfer:
“Archdiocese of Monaco – Caritas Monaco”
IBAN code: MC 36 1273 9000 7001 1622 7000 T85
Domiciliation: CFM ALBERT 1ER – Swift Code: CFMOMCMXXXX
Phone. (+377) 99 99 16 17

​These funds are paid to the headquarters of “Caritas Internationalis” in Rome, which sends them immediately, according to the needs requested from it. 

These funds were sent to “Caritas Poland”, “Caritas Romania”, “Caritas Hungary” and when possible to “Caritas Ukraine”, on the spot.

These different Caritas then operate where the most urgent needs are felt: clothing, food, medicines, heating equipment, and help for women, mothers, children, the elderly, injured people and anyone in need.

This aid is also relayed by the various diocesan Caritas: for example Zhytomyr, Vasylivka, Zaporizhzia, Kyiv, Kramatorsk, Ivano-Frankivsk, Dnipro, Zhytomyr, Drohobych, Lutsk, Kamianets-Podilskyi, Odessa, Kharkov, Berdyanska, Volyn, Chernivtsi, Drohobych, Ternopil, etc.

This support also takes the form of aid for displaced persons and people in need, hygiene products, basic necessities, temporary shelter for civilians, assistance at border crossings, first aid, and food, etc.

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