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New hours for Eugene Service Station: Beginning July 1, 2014, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. CLOSED Saturday and Sunday.

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:

The Transformational Power Of Eugene

Call it the power of Eugene. Troubled and adrift, an Army veteran comes to town, discovers organic food, enrolls in St. Vinnie’s Veterans In Progress program, and sets his sights on a degree in Agriculture Business Management from Oregon State University.

Golf Classic Drives Programs For St. Vinnie’s Kids

2014 Golf Classic poster

Thanks to Ward Insurance, Title Sponsor of St. Vincent de Paul's Golf Classic. Your participation is a “hole in one” for more than 400 kids whose families live in St. Vincent de Paul affordable housing. Sponsor a hole! Muster a foursome. Volunteer your time! We’ll treat you like a pro!

Note To Chuck: Reinvention Accomplished

Chuck Platt amid the freshly trimmed landscape at Mary Skinner Apartments.

After many years of drinking and more than 10 homeless, Chuck Platt resolved to reinvent himself. He made such a dramatic turn that the Vet LIFT representative who interviewed him on Friday didn’t recognize him on Monday, even challenging him at the bike rack as he locked up his own wheels.

School Supplies or Food? Kids Shouldn’t Have to Make That Choice

Armed with blankets and lawn furniture, these kids had been waiting since sunup to select their supplies.

Remember how excited you were to get that fresh box of crayons or new backpack for that first day back at school? School supplies provide kids with the tools they need to learn. But imagine your family was struggling to pay for rent, utilities and other basic needs. Compared to food, a notebook might not seem so important. That’s why St. Vincent de Paul provides new school supplies and backpacks to hundreds of local children every year - but we need your help.