St. Andrew’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Colesville is Accepting Donations and Financial Support for Humanitarian Support in Ukraine

by MCS Staff
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St. Andrew’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Colesville (15100 New Hampshire Ave. Silver Spring, MD 20905) has opened a Humanitarian Crisis Center, accepting donations and financial support.
Additional details below:

WE ARE OPEN FROM 6:00AM TO 12:00 MIDNIGHT

1. WE NEED FINANCIAL SUPPORT CLICK ON DONATE BUTTON. 100% Goes to humanitarian support.

2. MOST IMPORTANT THINGS WE NEED: Medical Supply (bandaids, Neosporin, ibuprofen,  vitamins etc) Nonperishable foods Meat cans, dry soups, coffee, energy bars candy/chocolate,  Personal Hygiene.

NO LIQUIDS, NO BATTERIES, NO CLOTHING, NO MILITARY COMBAT EQUIPMENT

3. Order on amazon and deliver to: 15100 New Hampshire Ave. Silver Spring, MD 20905

3. Please contact government and non-government organizations to support. Be our representatives. Please contact us at admin@standrewuoc.org, or 301 384 9182. PLEASE don’t call or email with small questions such as where and when it goes.  Things change from hour to hour and day today. We are taking donations and will do for a very long time. Our staff is working 24/7 on logistics and there is little time for anything else. Thank you for everything.

Detailed list in the images below:

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1 comment

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Michael Tracy March 22, 2022 - 4:36 pm

Unfortunateiy, my “Better Half” passed 3 months ago after a year plus Hospice confinement at home. At that time, I donated MANY excess medicines, bandages, and medical supplies to shelters in the Annapolis area. The only reason I mention this is that this MAY BE [on a broad spectrum] a source of much needed aid for/to donate Ukraine/refugees.

What I DO have to donate is an AWFUL lot of women’s clothing; i.e., Blouses, slacks, light jackets, shoes, sweaters, etc., even a couple of blankets. I read/understand/agree with the critical needs list….what about the refugees in Poland- the birthplace of my daughter in law – Anya? I do appreciate the situational logistics . Any insights/advice for me?

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