Guess what's abloom to help Project Starfish and families that need help with their housing deposits.
Guess what's abloom to help Project Starfish and families that need help with their housing deposits.
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IT'S EGAN SEASON! For the latest on emergency shelter for homeless adults, visit the Egan Warming Center website or Facebook page. For daytime services visit the Eugene Service Station, now on winter hours, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week.

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.

Recent News:

Veterans Win In St. Vinnie’s First Truffle Shuffle

Dedicated and patriotic folks of all ages turned out for the Truffle Shuffle, sponsored by Thrivent Financial. For the first time, Eugene's legendary walk/run benefitted veterans through St. Vincent de Paul programs. Mark your calendar for February 7, 2016, date of the next Truffle Shuffle.

Irish Echo On Tap For March 14

Good hearts and good voices unite on March 14 to help low-income families afford the up-front costs of getting into housing. Who but Irish Echo, Eugene's own Celtic rock stars! Their annual St. Patrick's Day Party will be Saturday, March 14. Mark your calendar!

Calling All Artists And Designers: It’s Metamorphose Time!

Some people look at discards and see just that. Others see the makings of a new form of Rennaisance art: Items that started their useful lives in one form, fell from favor and got thrown away, and with a little creativity could be stunning again. If you fall into the latter category come aboard for the Metamorphose Upcycled Fashion/Art Challenge!

AARP Tax-Aide Service Invites All Ages

Here's a bit of good news about preparing your federal income tax return: You may qualify for free help from the AARP Tax Aide program. It serves taxpayers who have low to moderate incomes, and especially those who are 60 and older. Here's a guide to AARP Tax Aide resources in Lane County.