PSFCU in cooperation with the John Paul II Foundation establishes the Ukraine Refugees Relief Fund
All funds to be transferred to local charitable organization providing assistance to the Ukrainian refugees in Poland
BROOKLYN, NY (March 2, 2022) — As a result of the Russian invasion of the Ukraine, ongoing war and the resulting humanitarian crisis in the country, hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian civilians have fled their homeland, with a vast majority of them crossing the Ukrainian border into Poland. These refugees are in dire need of humanitarian aid since, in majority of cases, they left their homes with just a handful of personal items.
With these refugees in mind, the Polish & Slavic Federal Credit Union, in partnership with the John Paul II Foundation of New Jersey, has set up a special account at PSFCU to which everyone can deposit their donations with the memo “Donation for Ukraine Refugees.” We encourage everyone to join us in this humanitarian effort. The entire amount of the collected funds will be sent to local charitable organizations providing direct assistance to Ukrainian refugees in Poland.
Anyone willing to join our efforts can send a check, made out to John Paul II Foundation with the memo “Donation for Ukraine Refugees,” to:
Polish & Slavic Federal Credit Union
Ukraine Refugees Relief Fund
9 Law Drive
Fairfield, NJ 07004
About Polish & Slavic Federal Credit Union
Founded in 1976 by a group of Polish immigrants to help other ethnic Poles obtain mortgages, the Polish & Slavic Federal Credit Union now has 21 branches in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Illinois, a Mortgage Center in New Britain, CT and an operations center in Fairfield, NJ. In addition, PSFCU offers mortgage loans on properties located in the states of Florida and Indiana. Credit Union members can access our services through our Online Banking, accessible through our www.psfcu.com website or through our mobile app. Through its scholarship program, PSFCU has thus far granted over seven million dollars to over 6,000 students. The nearly 47-year-old credit union has over $2.5 billion in assets and serves over 114,000 members.