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Hard Line Immigration Policies Have Latino Neighbors Traumatized!

This Op-Ed was written by Ned Delmore, Executive Director of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul of Seattle|King County. It is featured in the Seattle Times Opinion Section. “I bet you didn’t know that on any given day of the week you will find Latino families in South King County, gathering in one of…

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Empty Nesters & Retirees: Volunteer with St. Vincent de Paul!

We can help you reconnect, find enriching volunteer work, renew your spirit, and engage with the community to help neighbors change their lives. There are two significant times of transition in our lives when volunteering, giving back, and serving can offer a genuine sense of renewal. Those times are when we become empty nesters and…

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Centro Rendu: Sunset Partner

The St. Vincent de Paul Centro Rendu program is a key partner in the City of Renton Sunset Area Transformation Plan (SATP). This initiative helps guide community reinvestment in the Sunset neighborhood of Renton as one part of the overall strategy to improve the area. (Sunset is in the Northeast section of the City of…

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Assumption Conference — Baskets for Neighbors

Every year many of our SVdP Conferences assemble and deliver baskets of nutritious food to neighbors in communities throughout King County. Some conferences, like Assumption and St. Vincent de Paul, utilize their food baskets to help neighbors and as an important strategy for engagement and communications. We checked in with our Assumption Conference in North…

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Villa Food Drive–St. Francis House!

This is a brief summary of how good things can happen when people communicate and work as a team. When it all comes together, it is a remarkable thing. We just had one of those on Friday, Nov. 16, 2018. Here is the story. It started with the outreach coordinator at St. Bridget Catholic church…

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Seattle Times Giving Guide Article

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

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