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Hope for the Holidays

Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza, solstice or another other winter holiday, we’re willing to bet you’re looking for meaningful gifts for the people in your life.  Something that makes more of an impact than a new bathrobe for mom or a nose hair trimmer for dad.

This holiday season, honor your loved ones by giving someone in need the gift of a new home, a safe place to escape the cold, or a warm meal. It’s a win-win: one of your less fortunate neighbors can meet their basic needs, and grandma doesn’t have to pretend to like yet another salad bowl.

We’re asking for your help to raise a total of $100,000 in the following three areas.  Please give today.

Warm for the Holidays

Everyone in our community is someone's father, mother, sister, brother... and some of them need our help. You can provide them with a warm bed, a hot meal, and so much more.

Your support helps St. Vincent de Paul serve over 80,000 Lane County residents every year.  Please make a contribution today. 

Safe for the Holidays

First step: provide for people’s basic needs such as food, shelter, rent and help with prescription medication.  Step two: help them find housing, jobs, and other ways to move to self-sufficiency.

  • When Bridget and 9-month-old Evan were threatened with a utility shut-off, the Social Service Office was there to keep the heat on.  Read Bridget’s story and find out how you can help people like her.
  • Renee fled a domestic violence situation with two kids in tow and one on the way. First Place Family Center was their refuge while they worked to get back on their feet. Your support allows First Place to help people like them every day. This holiday season we have a special opportunity to have your donation matched by a generous donor. Read more.

We need you.  Make a difference and give today. 

Home for the Holidays

Because hardworking people should be able to afford housing and still have enough money for groceries and other basic necessities.

Support one of these worthwhile programs today.