Our feast is a perfect blend of taste and talent for the benefit of children at First Place Family Center. Buy tickets here...
Our feast is a perfect blend of taste and talent for the benefit of children at First Place Family Center. Buy tickets here...
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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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Share Your Good Fortune Via Holiday Joy

What's your holiday status? If you've got all you need and would prefer to share, take part in St. Vinnie's Holiday Joy Program. It matches people who can give with individuals and families who can't because they are low-income, have a disability, or are elderly and on a limited fixed income. This year, will your joy money go to someone who's expecting it, or to someone for whom it will fall from the sky like, well starshine? That's Holiday Joy.

McDonald And Jones Subjects of Roast ‘N’ Toast

That Terry McDonald. When he opens his wallet mattress fluff flies out! Hear good ones and better at this event in honor of Terry and fellow great Mandy Jones.

Paella Feast Supports Preschool Program At First Place

Childhood experiences stay with us for life. First Place Family Center's Early Childhood Program strives for the right mix of fun, nutrition, manners and education for children from infants to school-age. Support the kids of families experiencing homelessness by attending a fun and tasty event geared toward YOU!

A+ for Backpacks For Back to School

Thanks to schools of donors, volunteers and business partners in Lane County and beyond, children in need of school supplies got them. Just look at the smiles...