Rick Keeney’s job at St. Vincent de Paul hasn’t been a particularly easy one, as anyone would attest who has who pulled even a single shift working on major appliances at SVDP’s Seneca warehouse. But he stuck with it for nearly a quarter century, in part he says because the non-profit was a good employer – but more importantly because it was a job that he knew was doing good for the community.
Your Purchases Can Help St. Vinnie’s All Year Long
Just as they do during the holidays, your purchases can support St Vincent de Paul all year long. Here's how:
Eugene Police Serve Holiday Meal At Eugene Service Station
Categories: Author: Date: Tuesday, December 27 2016
Eugene police employees served a holiday meal on Dec. 23 at St. Vincent de Paul’s Eugene Service Station (ESS) to more than 250 homeless men and women, throwing a party that included gifts for pet owners and a raffle for a mountain of gift bags.
‘Sno Trouble Filling Holiday Food Boxes
Categories: Author: Date: Thursday, December 22 2016
Neither ice nor cold nor even total darkness held up St. Vincent de Paul’s Holiday Food Box program. Not for long anyway. After the appointed night passed in a flurry of power outages and event cancellations, St. Vinnie’s put out an all-points bulletin for help with the nearly 3,000 boxes that were being prepared.
Bi-Mart Throws A Grand Christmas Party For Bascom Village
Each year Bi-Mart executives select a St. Vincent de Paul (SVDP) affordable housing complex to sponsor – this year it was the Bascom Village complex at 3090 Matt Drive, Eugene. This year’s event included a visit by a small army of elves and carolers who distributed and delivered gifts and food to each household.