Based on their spirituality, the Salesians of don Bosco in Ukraine stay with the young and their families and they are open to helping those who need it. You can help them too and support the Salesian work that helps those who suffer in Ukraine.
The public can support this fundraising by:
• depositing or transferring a financial gift directly to a Salesian mission account:
IBAN: SK08 1100 0000 0026 2985 2138
Variable symbol: 014022
SWIFT code: TATRSKBX
Organization Name: Saleziáni don Bosca
Organization Address: Miletičova 7, 821 08 Bratislava, Slovak Republic
Bank: Tatra banka, a.s., Slovak Republic
- QR code:
- via darujme.sk
Apart from this, we offer you a letter from the Salesian Provincial Peter Timko SDB:
“I sincerely thank you all for your prayers, expressions of closeness, and lively interest in being involved in activities that will benefit our brothers and sisters in Ukraine, who overnight have found themselves in a situation that is unprecedented in our times and latitudes. I was very pleased by the prompt willingness of some of you to help this suffering and tried country. You are asking about fundraising, some of you are offering accommodation to refugees. We are receiving many questions about how to help.
I am in touch with the Provincial of the Salesians in Ukraine and we will try to help our confreres in a very concrete and truly needed way and later on in the way that will also respond to the situation that will evolve over time.If you wish to be informed about what help the Salesian work in Ukraine currently needs, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will keep you informed of the current challenges and needs of the Salesian family in Ukraine. In Ukraine, the Salesians of the Eastern Rite function in 4 works, administer 3 parishes, 2 oratories, 2 schools, and an orphanage. The Salesians and collaborators are beginning to welcome refugees from Eastern Ukraine, mostly children and young people, into their homes. Let us continue to help them with our prayers and sacrifices.
With fraternal greetings in don Bosco”
d. Peter Timko SDB