We strive to keep people in their homes and off the street

Help Request Form

St. Vincent de Paul Helpline assists people who need help. Please note this form is for new help requests only.

Furniture Donation Form

Gently used clothes, household items, or a piece of furniture can help people change their lives.

Volunteer With Us

Having people lend a hand in service to neighbors is the “core” of what we do.

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St. Vincent de Paul home visits help people recognize they have self-worth. Our work is about preservation of families, listening to them, holding them together and affirming their human dignity.

Compelled to action by the convictions of our founders, St. Vincent de Paul of Seattle|King County joins the community to listen, engage, and build relationships that assist and advocate for individuals and families to meet basic needs and achieve stability and self-sufficiency.

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People served by SVdP Programs

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Home visits made by Vincentians

“The most effective way to reduce homelessness is to prevent people from becoming homeless in the first place.”

David Bley|Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
April 27, 2016

Our Latest Blog Posts

SVdP Hosts Prologis!

By Admin | May 22, 2018

St. Vincent de Paul Georgetown Food Bank & Central Warehouse was proud to have hosted a committed team of 13 volunteers from Prologis on their…

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Blue Dress Big Success!

By admin | May 7, 2018

Thank you for attending our Fifth Annual Blue Dress Breakfast. Your generous gifts have touched the lives of our neighbors, their loved ones, and our…

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The Lydia Rodgers Story

By admin | May 3, 2018

Lydia Rodgers is a compassionate woman with a big heart and a strong resilient spirit. Her life has been filled with challenges and she recently…

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