Centro Rendu was born out of love for our immigrant Latino communities who suffer from daily exploitation, indifference, and hostility. The organization was named after one of our Founders — Sister Rosalie Rendu (a firebrand), a radical Daughter of Charity who gave her life in service to the powerless and challenged the powers that be.

The Centro Rendu program provides Latino and Hispanic families with education, case management, legal services, leadership development, and civic engagement opportunities. We assist people in their homes as well as at our Centro Rendu Centers in both our Renton and Kent.

We have been a thriving agency in Seattle and King County for 100 years. Our Centro Rendu program is the first in our SVdP Centennial Podcast Series we will present over the next year. Enjoy this podcast and we look forward to having you join us in listening to more podcasts!

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO THE CENTRO RENDU PODCAST

HERE IS A LINK TO A SEATTLE TIMES OP-ED PIECE THAT WAS PUBLISHED RECENTLY
— WRITTEN BY OUR EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR NED DELMORE