In 2011, CNEWA provided $347,741 in aid and support to the people of Eastern Europe, including 6 humanitarian, 5 pastoral and 6 interfaith grants.

Subsidies for pastoral support included...

  • Greek Catholic Theological Seminary for the formation of seminarians in Romania — $19,550
  • Ukrainian Catholic University for the formation of seminarians in Lviv, Ukraine — $75,000
  • Sisters of the Order of St. Basil the Great for the formation of novices — $1,785

Subsidies for humanitarian assistance included...

  • Our Lady of Armenia Center for the care of children in Armenia — $6,800

Grants for pastoral support included...

  • Holy Resurrection Cathedral of Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church for construction in Kyiv, Ukraine — $27,451
  • Military Chaplaincy Center for support in Lviv — $1,500
  • Christ the Lover of Mankind Church for completion of construction in Stebnyk, Ukraine — $29,412

Grants for humanitarian assistance included...

  • Apostolic Nunciature of Georgia for preservation of art in Azerbaijan — $25,000
  • Bukovoo Orphanage for support of girls with mental disabilities in Ukraine — $10,800
  • Holy Family Sisters for support of orphanage in Bibrka Town, Ukraine — $7,500