Hispanic Heritage Month: Faith, Resilience and Empowerment

For Hispanic Heritage Month, Neddie is highlighting leaders among the Hispanic community, including our Executive Director, Mirya Muñoz. These leaders are making strides in their community. In this interview, Mirya shares her passion for St. Vincent de Paul (SVdP). Her family faith and culture shape her leadership. Mirya inspires young Hispanics to, in the words…

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Look what we accomplished together in 2020

With your help, we continued to serve neighbors over the past year, despite a global pandemic. From October 2019 to September 2020, we responded to 107,446 families and individuals. You helped us connect people with assistance for rent and utilities and provide furniture and nutritious food. We stood with families and young people in the…

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Holy Family Seattle Visits Food Bank

Years ago, we had just a few student volunteers visit our Georgetown St. Vincent de Paul Food Bank. We’ve worked very hard to change that. Last year, we had over 1,000 students, teachers and parents from Catholic and public elementary, middle and high schools visit us. We also had over 500 representatives of businesses and corporations…

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January 2018 Store Calendar

Don’t miss Our Second Annual Outerwear Event on January 5, 6 & 7—just a few days away. And remember our MLK Sale Day Mon. Jan. 15, 2018. See the January Store Calendar here:     

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Introducing Community Connectors

We are very pleased to let you know we have received a grant from the City of Seattle that will connect more people to more services when they need assistance. It is called Community Connectors. The purpose of the program is to ensure that all people in Seattle are able to meet their basic needs.…

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SVdP Annual Report

St. Vincent de Paul is engaged in the delivery of important services in King County. All of our communities are in the midst of growth and change, resulting in increased costs to housing, utilities, health care, and other basic services. This is changing the fabric of everyday living for thousands of our neighbors, leaving many…

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