JRS volunteers welcome refugees at the border between Ukraine and Romania. Photo: Marco Giarracca/JRS

The war in Ukraine rages on and the Jesuit relief efforts within the country and in neighbouring nations continue. To date, Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) in Europe has accompanied 50,000 forcibly displaced people (FDP) in Ukraine, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Moldova.

JRS continues to welcome, protect, promote and help integrate FDPs by providing: temporary shelter/accommodation; food, water and other basic materials; transportation; legal assistance; psychosocial support and other protection mechanisms; and educational support.

CJI is receiving donations for the work of JRS. To learn more and donate: https://bit.ly/CJI-Ukraine