Giving Tuesday: Together We Give!

St. Vincent de Paul of Seattle | King County (SVdP) is a big supporter of Giving Tuesday. Giving Tuesday was created in 2012 as a simple idea– a day that encourages people to do good. Over the years, this idea has grown into a global movement that inspires hundreds of people to give, collaborate, and…

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Thanksgiving Came A Week Earlier

This year on November 13, 2022, I woke up to a “Congratulations on 10-years at SVdP!” Naturally, a message like this will move you to ponder and invite you to reflect and self-evaluate. My usual way of engaging in this type of reflection starts with checking what day it is – November 13th. Then probably…

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Centro Rendu partners on King County Promise Initiative

St. Vincent de Paul Seattle-King County (SVdP) is excited to share that our Centro Rendu Program was selected as a community partner with the King County’s Department of Community and Human Services (DCHS) in its King County Promise (KCP) initiative. KCP is a public-private partnership engaging local K-12 school districts, Community Based Organizations (CBO), and…

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Commemorating Memorial Day at St. Vincent de Paul

Society of St. Vincent de Paul Council of Seattle- King County (SVdP) recognizes and celebrates all who served our country this Memorial Day. In April of 2020, SVdP was assisted by the Washington National Guard active members. These members worked at our Georgetown Foodbank to organize, pack, and distribute food to neighbors in need. The…

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Yaqueline, A Centro Rendu of SVdP Family Story

Thank you for sharing this moment with us! Our 2022 Blue Dress “back in-person” event at Seattle University was a wonderful success! Relive the moment! Click here to view the SVdP 2022 Blue Dress event video! Yaqueline, A Centro Rendu of SVdP Family Story, is a true story grounded in the mission of St. Vincent…

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Community collaboration helps neighbor

“Let us allow God to act; He brings things to completion when we least expect it.” — St. Vincent de Paul  Kris struggled to keep up with her rent and utilities on just her Social Security income and transportation assistance from family. She is disabled and has many health issues so keeping her power on was…

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