The St. Vincent de Paul Centro Rendu program began in Kent in the fall of 2013. We began with an adult education center for the Hispanic community. The program has expanded, grown and evolved into a multi-faceted community outreach entity. It has become a mainstay in helping people in the South King County community. As part of its growth and evolution, Centro Rendu is now leading an initiative to organize groups of families from a number of ethnic communities to work toward boosting the role and critically important role that parents play in helping their children secure quality education.
Here is the link to an article in the Seattle Times that explains all of this: Centro Rendu in The Seattle Times