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Burien Re-Opening Feb. 1, 2019

We are excited to let everyone know that our Burien St. Vincent de Paul thrift store re-opens on Friday, February 1, 2019. This has been a hard two months for our store and our employees. Fortunately, we were able to reassign all of our employees to other stores and to our warehouse in Georgetown. With…

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SVdP to Help Fed. Employees!

We are taking action to help Federal Employees who may be adversely impacted by the SHUTDOWN of the Federal government. As of January 15, 2019, the shutdown is in its 25 day. Our Helpline phone number is 206-767-6449. People may also fill out Help Requests at www.svdpseattle.org We have already received 12 calls for rental assistance…

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SVdP KIXI Radio Interview!

SVdP — Delmore & McFarland KIXI Radio Interview St. Vincent de Paul Executive Director Ned Delmore and Director of Marketing Communications Jim McFarland were interviewed recently on KIXI 880 AM Radio for a special 30-minute program series on Community Leaders (other agencies are also being interviewed). The interview was designed to introduce and explain various…

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Thank You St. Louise Students!

“Our Food Bank is in constant need of warm clothing during the cold and wet winter months. A huge thank you to St. Louise School first graders for collecting coats for our neighbors! Great job students!

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Donate: Help Reduce Homelessness

Donate — Home Visits Reduce Homelessness One verifiable method of reducing homelessness in Seattle is to have a system in place that anticipates a potential eviction, coordinates decision-making and resources, and stops this action from occurring. St. Vincent de Paul has this system in place. It is helping to prevent evictions. Read More DONATE NOW!…

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SVdP: A Quick Overview

We have been in Seattle for nearly 100 years. We know that by going to the source of a neighbor’s life and visiting them in their homes, we are able to see, hear, and understand the severity of the needs people are experiencing. St. Vincent got its start long ago as an independent and self-governing…

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