St. Vinnie's Voice is available for download now and due in donors' mailboxes by Thanksgiving.
St. Vinnie's Voice is available for download now and due in donors' mailboxes by Thanksgiving.
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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 HousingEmergency ServicesHomeless ServicesRecycling ProgramsRetail Thrift Storesand Self-Sufficiency Services.

St. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane County, Inc. is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

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Holiday Hours at the Lindholm Center

St. Vinnie’s Voice: Ready for Download

While folks languished in an autumn warm spell, St. Vincent de Paul of Lane County was busy getting ready for less friendly conditions with a series of openings and re-openings. The Myrtlewood's 35 new units are nearly full; it's a new day at Saginaw Mobile Home Park, and up to 20 families are being fed and sheltered each night at the First Place Annex, a permanent home for Night Shelter. Read about these accomplishments and more in the Fall 2018 edition of St. Vinnie's Voice.

Drive Is On For Holiday Food

Buying a turkey decal at a St. Vinnie's retail thrift store is a practical way to help hungry neighbors

Buying one (or more!) of these signature turkeys at a St. Vinnie's retail thrift store is one of the ways to feed a hungry family during the Christmas season. Here are more ways to help.

Saginaw Mobile Home Park Gets Appreciative Reception