Another issue you have here but not in Poland (but you do in Russia and perhaps Ukraine) is distance. You can drive for days and still be in the U.S./Canada.
I'm aware that foot pilgrimages from East Coast to some Monastery near Los Angeles aren't possible But imagine such a situation:
There is a Bulgarian monastery with myrrh bearing icon of St. Clemens of Ochrid somewhere in the Arizona. It's about 90 miles from Phoenix. A fortnight before the day of St. Sava from the Church in Phoenix which is in the suburbs in the direction to the Monastery (let say it's an Antiochian parish) about 100 people set off into the pilgrimage. En route they spend nights in EO and non-EO friendly families' places. In the Monastery they could sleep in tents, that does not matter. The governor of Arizona had ordered the Police to make the pilgrimage safe. Policemen direct the traffic so that the pilgrims are safe.
On the vigil of the feast (26th of June) they reach the Monastery as well as about a dozen of smaller groups. There also went by coaches cars and trains. They pray on the All Night Vigil. The main Liturgy is served by Met. Joseph as well as two more US jurisdictions Primates (let say Met. Jonah and Met. Nicholas). There are also bishops from GOA, UOC-USA, ROCOR and ROMA. Serbian Church, Church of Jerusalem and MP are represented by Parish Priests of closest Parishes.
Imagine there are similar feasts in different parts of the year and country regions in other jurisdictions as "popular" (don't know a better word) as that. Do you get what I mean? Maybe I'm not understandable enough. I know my English isn't very good.
Please do not post something like:There aren't any Bulgarian Monasteries in Arizona...
or Antiochian Parishes are usually located in the downtown.
Maybe it's a good idea to start such an event for any young-adults Orthodox organisation?