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Thank You Starbucks Partners

Last week, a team of Starbucks partners organized a St. Vincent de Paul “Stuff the Truck” event at Starbucks Center. Starbucks Partners and other individuals from area businesses like Sears, cleaned their closets and donated 2,555 pounds of clothing and household goods. Goods donated to St. Vincent de Paul are sold in our five King…

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Thanks St. Joseph Students!

 We would like to thank the seventh grade students from St. Joseph School in Seattle for visiting SVdP and helping in our Food Bank today. These students toured our facility to learn about SVdP’s Help Line, Home Visits, Thrift Stores, and our other programs to help our struggling neighbors. They also served 62 of homeless…

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"To Spread Season’s Joy, Help Those in Need"

On Saturday December 21, 2013 the Seattle Times ran a column written by Rev. Patrick J. Howell of Seattle University. Father Howell writes a column every few weeks for the publication. Entitled “To spread season’s joy, help those in need,” Father Howell writes that ‘the work of the St. Vincent de Paul Society fits right…

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Pizza with a Purpose at California Pizza Kitchen

Looking for a place to have a delicious lunch or dinner this weekend?  Try California Pizza Kitchen!  On December 13-15th, when you dine at our local California Pizza Kitchen Restaurants in Northgate, Bellevue, and Tukwila, you can help St. Vincent de Paul with your purchase. Present this flyer at any of these King County locations…

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Shop at Amazon to Support Our Neighbors in Need

St. Vincent de Paul needs your help and without having to specifically give money or goods, you can help in a significant way – by shopping on Amazon. While you are doing your Amazon.com shopping this holiday season, please consider using this specific link to access the Amazon website http://amzn.to/1cHQcz3. [maxbutton id=”12″] SVdP is an…

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Thank You, St. Joseph School

On November 14th, we had two second grade classes from St. Joseph School in Seattle visit St. Vincent de Paul.  The second graders toured our facility to learn about SVdP’s Help Line, Home Visits, Thrift Stores, and our other programs to help our struggling neighbors.  Along with their tour, our friendly, energetic guests helped out…

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