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St. Vincent de Paul Buys Junction City’s Tivoli Mobile Park

Categories: Email Newsletter, Housing
Author: Paul Neville, Director of Communications
Date: Tuesday, January 19 2016
By Paul Neville, Communications Director

The St. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane County has finalized the purchase of a mobile home park in Junction City – the Eugene-based nonprofit’s fifth mobile home park acquisition in the past decade.

Help Asked For Veteran Family, Preemie

Categories: Email Newsletter, Housing, Staff Stories, Veterans
Author: Paul Neville
Date: Friday, January 15 2016
Baby Adalighn and her mom Taryn share a quiet moment during a hospital visit.

The St. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane County is accepting donations to assist Manuel Renard, a U.S. Marine Corps and Iraq veteran, and partner Taryn Durst with expenses arising from the birth of their daughter Adalighn, who suffered a series of seizures after her premature birth last week.

Save. Learn. Thrive. Classes Set In Oakridge, Eugene

Categories: Email Newsletter, Housing, Self-Sufficiency, Staff Stories
Author: SVdP Staff
Date: Tuesday, January 12 2016
VIDA Program Manager Nancy Glines.

What would you do if you had the money? Take a class? Buy a house or repair the one you’ve got? Invest in your career? Program Manager Nancy Glines invites you to explore how you can multiply your resources, improve your surroundings, invest in yourself. Here's the Winter 2016 class schedule.

Tempur-Pedic-SVdP Partnership Brings Comfort

Categories: Email Newsletter, Emergency Assistance, Recycling, Volunteers
Author:
Date: Friday, January 8 2016
Patrick Stewart, pleased to be picking up a mattress for his granddaughter.

Patrick Stewart was among the dozens of drivers who claimed free twin-size mattresses Jan. 7 through a partnership between Tempur-Pedic and St. Vincent de Paul of Lane County. "Awesome," is how Mr. Stewart felt about taking one of the super-thick pieces to his granddaughter.

Let’s Make 2016 Worth Staying Up For

Categories: Email Newsletter, Food, Housing, Homeless Aid, Emergency Assistance, Environment, Recycling, Jobs, Stores, Veterans, Volunteers
Author: Terry McDonald, Executive Director
Date: Wednesday, December 30 2015
Author Terry McDonald with members of SVdP's Executive and Housing Boards.

It’s been said that optimists stay up until midnight to see in the new year, while pessimists stay up to make sure the old year departs. Here at the St. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane County, our collective feet are planted firmly in the optimist camp.

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