In yesterday's listing of agencies assisting Romanian children, the telephone number for UNICEF in New York was incorrect. The number is (212) 326-7000. (Published 6/9/90)

A front-page story in Thursday's edition of The Washington Post on abandoned children in Romania produced many phone calls from readers asking how they could help or make contributions. Others asked how to get information on adoption.

The following organizations are accepting cash donations. In all cases, it should be specified that the donations are for Romanian children:

American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee

711 Third Avenue

New York, N.Y. 10017

(212) 687-6200

American Red Cross

Romanian Relief

P.O. Box 37243

Washington, D.C. 20013

(202) 737-8300

Baptist World Alliance

6733 Curran St.

McLean, Va. 22101

(703) 790-8980

Brother's Brother Foundation

824 Grandview Ave.

Pittsburgh, Pa. 15211

(412) 431-1600

Doctors of the World

67 Avenue de la Republique

75011 Paris, France

1-4357-7070

Help the Children of Romania

Dept. 771246

Detroit, Mich. 48277-1246

(313) 552-8599

Operation USA

7615 1/2 Melrose Ave.

Los Angeles, Calif. 90046

(213) 658-8876

UNICEF

3 United Nations Plaza

New York, N.Y. 10017

(212) 346-7000

World Vision

919 West Huntington Drive

Monrovia, Calif. 91016

(818) 357-7979

For adoption information:

Association de la Famille

Adoptive Francais

Paris, France

Simone Chalon, director

1-4357-7070

Casa de Copii II

187 Calea Dorobanti

Sector 1

Bucharest, Romania

Help the Children of Romania

Dept. 771246

Detroit, Mich. 48277-1246

(313) 552-8599