If the night sky's a little brighter in the mid-Valley it could be the newest St. Vinnie's retail store, open every day in Junction City.
If the night sky's a little brighter in the mid-Valley it could be the newest St. Vinnie's retail store, open every day in Junction City.

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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.

Recent News:

Golf “Fore” Kids’ Sake—And Fun


What can we do about kids these days? Try golf! St. Vincent de Paul's Golf "Fore" Kids' Sake will be September 11, 2015 at Springfield Country Club. The benefits the approximately 400 children living in the Agency's affordable housing. It's a great sponsorship opportunity and a fun tournament for a worthy cause. Golf Chair Bill Barr invites you to round up your friends and co-workers, and golf with us "fore" kids' sake!

Metamorphose: Artistic Accomplices

This transformation of canvas was named Judges' Choice, winning $100 for artist Mike Yeager.

Metamorphose challenged artists of all ages to be inspired by works that didn't sell at St. Vinnie's, or were rejected from the get-go. Amazing things came of it! Adult artists Alina Padilla-Miller and Mike Yager took home $100 prizes in Viewers' Choice and Judges' Choice, respectively. Viewers' Choice $50 prizes in the youth category went to, starting with 1st: Willow Chester, Julia Scher and Hannah Alvis. Winners in Judges' Choice, in order: Willow Chester, Marston Scher, Haylin Alvis. Another $50 each! Congratulations to these and all the artists who made Metamorphose a true Earth Day celebration. 

Metamorphose Fashions By Digital Latte

Metamorphose designers and event co-organizer Mitra Chester.

Earlier this spring our Metamorphose designers descended upon a pile of textile remnants that had been recycled by the San Francisco garment district, and other art accessories that didn't -- or wouldn't -- necessarily sell in St. Vinnie's stores. Here is a sampling of the images by Rob and Tracy Sydor of Digital Latte.

First Place Helps Homeless Families. Your Turn.

Economic recovery aside, many families with children continue to struggle financially and lose their housing. In Eugene-Springfield, they are not on their own because First Place Family Center is there to help turn things around. Please be there for First Place. Picnic Supper is May 14. Invite family, friends and coworkers. Prepare a meal and enjoy Divisi. Everybody benefits.