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Order of St. Augustine.

Archdiocese of Birmingham

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222: Surgical and Medical Grab-bags for Ukraine.

St. Mary’s is helping the Ukraine nation by providing, supplying and delivering Medical and Surgical Grab-bags directly to where they are needed. Over £3,400 has been donated in the last few weeks for the purchase of Medical Grab-bags (£405 each) and Surgical Grab-bags (£805 each). Cliff has let us know that the Christian names of each donor have been attached to the various Grab-bags you’ve bought – and have been driven by Toby to Lviv, just over the Polish/Ukraine border - and beyond.

Donations, large or small: put in a envelope and hand to Fr John or to put in the wooden Offertory Box, marking Ukraine on the envelope, or deliver to the Priory office marking the envelope “Ukraine”, making cheques payable to “John Reid”.

Госпітальєри Госпитальеры Hospitallers:

Госпітальєри Госпитальеры Hospitallers

"Вміння новоприбулих госпітальєрів-парамедиків застосувати набуті перед ротацією знання і навички з надання меддопомоги пораненим у поєднанні з досвідом керівниць обох екіпажів та відповідальною і професійною роботою водіїв і вогневиків - допомогло здобути добрих показників"

"The ability of newly arrived hospital paramedics to apply the pre-rotation knowledge and skills of providing medical care to the wounded combined with the experience of both crew leaders and responsible and professional work of drivers and firefighters - help go get some good marks"

Latest News: (17th June.) One of our parishioners, Cliff, continues to order medical and surgical supplies for the Hospitallers of Ukraine (Paramedics) on behalf of yourselves, donors of St. Mary’s. Cliff worked for about 20 years in Ukraine, Russia, Bulgaria, Romania, and Poland, along with hundreds of colleagues in Kharkiv, Kherson, Dnipro, Odessa, Kyiv amd Lviv, many with family in Irpin and Bucha, and witnessing all sorts of atrocities. Cliff’s colleague, Toby, takes our purchases in his car to Lviv where another colleague, Andriis, liases with the Hospitallers who then head out to the frontline in East and South Ukraine where theses medical and surgical supplies are in in heavy demand.