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St. Vincent de Paul is Lane County’s largest nonprofit human services organization, helping over 84,000 people annually. We accomplish our mission in six core areas: Affordable Housing, Emergency Services, Homeless Services, Recycling Programs, Retail Thrift Stores, and Self-Sufficiency Services.

St. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane County, Inc. is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

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“Paths to Prosperity” Coming to Cottage Grove, Oakridge

Learn how to stretch your dollar!

Attention residents of Oakridge and nearby communities: Do you wonder where your money goes and how to get your spending under control? This free 10-hour financial literacy course will help you stretch your dollar!

Changes Afoot For SVDP Stores

Change is in the air for St. Vinnie's West Broadway, Seneca and Chad Dr. locations, but as always the goal is to help those in need, net affordable housing, and score jobs.

HOYOP: 13 Down, Five Lots Remain

If it seems like residential subdivisions are springing up overnight, consider the Wetleau Estates development in Lowell. It’s not quite as old as the picturesque hills that surround it, but more than a decade after the City of Lowell offered it to St. Vincent de Paul as an avenue for creating affordable housing, five buildable lots still bask in the glow of 11 completed homes and two in progress. What’s taken so long?

Marist Students Pay The Price For Informality, Youth House

Students at Marist High School recently joined the growing ranks of donors to the St. Vincent de Paul Youth House when the school's Key Club raised $300 to help fund the conversion of the former Presbyterian Church at 3350 Willamette St. in Eugene into housing for homeless high school girls ages 16 through 18. Their secret? Timing, of course, and knowing their market.