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The Sisters work with children to create cards of love and welcome for Ukrainian refugees.

“We are pioneers, working in each local situation
sharing a vision of transformation with special concern for women, children and family life.”

None of us can escape the horrific images of the escalating humanitarian crisis in Eastern Europe. Since our founding, the SSS charism calls us to act for justice, particularly to the needs of women and children. This is an urgent call to action in the face of suffering, and our Sisters in Hungary, Slovakia and Romania are on the frontlines, living out our charism of advocating peace and justice for the common good. Our Sisters are welcoming Ukrainian refugees with open arms, providing life-giving aid and resettlement assistance as they flee war and death in their homeland of the Ukraine.

Together, the SSSLA and our Eastern European Sisters are committed to providing ongoing humanitarian aid to those in crisis and WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT. Your gift in any amount is gratefully received and will directly affect all ongoing efforts made by our Sisters here and abroad as they care for and comfort thousands of refugees pouring into their countries. As in other historical times of world tumult, the SSS are, once again, in the trenches and answering the call to care for those living on the margins of society.
The Sisters at the Hungarian District Railway Station waiting for Ukrainian refugees.


Or mail checks to:
SSS Charism Fund, 4316 Lanai Road, Encino, CA 91436,
and designate “SSS Charism Fund” on your check
For further information, please visit our website
or contact Mary Hatton, Director of Development
818.285.3358 or

“Ours is a life of empowerment. Acknowledging our own and others’ needs
for liberation, we encourage ourselves and our sisters and brothers to work collaboratively with the oppressed peoples of the world
to promote justice and peace in our time.”
                                                                                                           May 24, 1986
Sister Marta and volunteers collect clothing for Ukrainian refugees.