Lovely songsters and a family who's homeless no more; the just desserts of Picnic Supper.
Lovely songsters and a family who's homeless no more; the just desserts of Picnic Supper.
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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:

Seek The Good And Share: Come To Our Retreat

A local author and speaker with a worldwide following, Mary Sharon Moore will be featured at the District Council retreat.

St. Vincent de Paul’s conference volunteers visit the homes of people who ask for our help, and they partner with St. Vinnie’s stores to provide necessities. They’re amazing folks! Join them June 11 at St. Catherine of Siena for a rejuvenating retreat with Eugene author Mary Sharon Moore. It's free and in a lovely setting in Veneta. Bring a friend.

Paella Feast To Fund Kids’ Play And More

A paella feast and auction set for June 24 will help fund a program critical to getting homeless and at-risk children prepared for and enthused about starting school. Will your business or organization help by sponsoring? Can you provide an in-kind donation for the silent auction? And what is paella anyway?

Volunteers Help Make Former Crime Zone Family-friendly

      At the heart of the Oakridge Mobile Home Park is a bare patch of ground that just a few years ago was a magnet for squatters and drug activity. Now, it is becoming an attractive family area that will include a playground, gazebo, benches and a picnic-barbecue area. On May 20, dozens of hard-working, dedicated volunteers from the city of Oakridge, the local fire department, Home Depot and other organizations will pitched in alongside local residents, park staff and tenants in a “Community Caring Day” at the mobile home park.

Oregon Taxpayers Boost St. Vincent de Paul Efforts

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is among the nonprofit organizations that benefits from the Oregon Charitable Checkoff (OCC). Listed on the state tax return, the OCC invites taxpayers to donate all or a portion of their refunds to the charity of their choice. Here are the OCC awards for 2016.