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We, from srpska-mreza.com were involved with this project from the very beginning and we guarantee that this is a genuine and tested way to help the people of Yugoslavia. Do not forget that winter is coming. For many citizens of bombed-out Yugoslavia it would be a very hard winter to simply - survive.

We need to collect some $2,000 so we can publish the following ad in Washington Times. We know that most Americans will not care. We need to attract the few that will. Any help will be more than welcome.

We guarantee that *ALL* the extra money collected for this ad as well as all the money that we collect from the people answering the ad will go directly to help people of Yugoslavia.

Petar Makara (Makarov)

The text of the ad:


Almost a million innocent men, women and children - ethnic Serbs, Roma, Turks, Albanians - have been displaced throughout the current Yugoslavia, and most have fled to the ruins of Serbia.

Thousands of families are without food and water, clothing and shelter, and as winter approaches they face a human disaster of monumental proportions.

The international community has thus far responded with generous aid to one ethnic group - Kosovo Albanians - but the overwhelming majority of Yugoslavia's desperate refugees are in the remainder of Serbia. In the absence of international assistance, private donations are their only hope.

Your tax-deductible donations to the SerbNet of Central Pennsylvania, a humanitarian organization working with the Holy Resurrection Serbian Orthodox Church in Lebanon, Pennsylvania (120 E. Weidman St.), will help prevent a human tragedy on a scale unseen in Europe since World War II.

All donations will be distributed independently and apolitically by the monks of the Monastery Chilandar, 63086 Karyes, Mount Athens, Greece (founded in 1199), without regard for the ethnicity of the refugees.


Send donations to:
SerbNet of Central Pennsylvania, Inc.,
601 South Harrisburg St.,
Oberlin-Steelton, PA 17113

For further information, contact:
Prof. Momcilo Miljkovic, President,
SerbNet, Inc.
Phone: (717) 566-6670;
Fax: (717) 566-1991;
e-mail: mxm60@psu.edu

Serbian refugees from Krajina region, August 1995.

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