Saint Vincent de Paul Video and Newsletter

As we continue to highlight Saint Vincent de Paul this month, please enjoy this video about the history and works of the SVDP Organization. Featuring parishioner, Ned Delmore.


Thank you for your continued support of our neighbors!

As this wretched pandemic drags on, they need your help more than ever. Federal funds for rent relief are moving much more slowly than hoped. We are spending time learning with other King County Vincentians how to help our neighbors navigate the application process, and we hope the relief will arrive soon.

In the meantime, requests for help continue. In August, we helped more than 20 families comprising almost 80 people. One young single mother is struggling to care for a severely autistic daughter while she is behind in rent. Another who is formerly homeless needs her car to make it to work, but cannot meet both her rent and car tax bills. Your support makes it possible for us to help these neighbors and many others in these uncertain times. Thank you!

Donations to the food pantry are always welcome! Please place in the bin marked for St. Vincent de Paul in Jubilee Hall. We need toilet paper, paper towels, cleaning solutions, Clorox wipes, canned fruit, beans and meaty soups, laundry soap, and bar soap.

As ever, we covet your prayers as we seek to be Christ’s hands and feet for our neighbors. 
OLL St. Vincent de Paul