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Give to St. Vincent to Help Neighbors!

Like 2018, we are again running a 30-second commercial on TV in Central Seattle during mid to late November and December 2019. We are using our award-winning commercial updated for our Centennial, which begins in January of 2020!    

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Muñoz Roach Named Executive Director of SVdP!

The Board of Directors of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul Council of Seattle|King County, has named Mirya Muñoz-Roach its new Executive Director, according to Mary Jo Shannon, President of the Council. Muñoz Roach is the first Latina SVdP Executive Director and the first woman to be named to the SVdP Executive Director position…

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Kenmore Donation Area Closed Today!

Customers and Donors: This is an emergency! Unfortunately we must temporarily close our Kenmore Thrift Store donation drop-off area today, Wed., Oct. 2—2019 from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. this afternoon. We have important and critical construction work that must be done immediately! This will disrupt the donation drive through area. We are sorry about…

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Edward Jones Donates Backpacks!

It takes compassionate community partners to help us be successful with various parts of our work. That is definitely the case with the Edward Jones office in North Seattle. The management team there reached out to us early this summer, wanting to do a drive to collect backpacks and school supplies. Financial Advisor Ingrid Falip,…

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St. Vincent & Comcast Win National TV Award!

We are pleased to share some wonderful news with all of you. Last fall we created a TV commercial in cooperation with Comcast TV for our 2018 Christmas Appeal Campaign. We learned in May of 2019 that we had won a national award for this work. The award is a Telly Award, a big national…

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Listen to Our Centro Rendu Podcast!

Centro Rendu was born out of love for our immigrant Latino communities who suffer from daily exploitation, indifference, and hostility. The organization was named after one of our Founders — Sister Rosalie Rendu (a firebrand), a radical Daughter of Charity who gave her life in service to the powerless and challenged the powers that be.…

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