Success stories that make us smile

  We’re grateful to support all our Neighbors. And we’re especially grateful when we can help a Neighbor avoid becoming unhoused and all the hardships and trauma associated with that. Mary is a recent example of this. She had lived in Seattle decades ago but had moved to the Midwest for several years. Mary recently…

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Learn More: Poverty Awareness Month

More than 38 million people in the United States live in poverty. January is Poverty Awareness Month. Advocating for the poor is at the heart of St. Vincent de Paul’s mission. Through our Vincentians, volunteers and staff we strive to build relationships that assist and advocate for individuals and families to meet basic needs and…

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Love is Inventive to Infinity…

Dear Friends, Let me begin by saying THANK YOU for your support these past 12 months! Without your generosity, SVdP would have struggled to maintain families housed, safe, and enjoying a bit of peace, hope, and joy, in the midst of such hard realities. This time last year, we asked you to STAND with us,…

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De Colores families celebrate the holidays

  A number of families from the De Colores program gathered for a holiday celebration at the Tukwila Family Fun Center & Bullwinkle’s Restaurant recently. The program is operated by Centro Rendu and Catholic Community Services-PrePS.   De Colores is a home visitation program for Latino families. The program promotes child development and school readiness for children ages 0-5. The team worked with 50 families in 2021. Elements of the program includes.   Virtual…

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Support SVDP on #GivingTuesday

Once again St. Vincent de Paul of Seattle-King County is participating in #GivingTuesday, a day dedicated to joining together to support our neighbors facing challenges like housing and food insecurity.   Giving comes in many forms and we appreciate them all.  You can donate funds to support our network of care programming  You can donate time as a volunteer  You can…

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