SVdP’s Teacher Trena Reaps As She Sows

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Date: Thursday, May 13 2021

St. Vincent de Paul is known as many things, but gateway to a new community, complete with role models for a new chapter? For Trena Cleland, St. Vinnie’s has been that and more since she and her partner Robert MacConnell relocated to Eugene from Berkeley in 2016. Her role as SVdP volunteer has brought her face-to-face with the homeless crisis and allowed her to make a difference in diverse and satisfying ways.

ESS’s ‘Old Master’ Moves On to Next Home

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Date: Friday, April 30 2021

George Lastrapes pursued his passion for classical portraiture and used it to memorialize others who came to St. Vincent de Paul for help. In so doing, he demonstrated the immense potential that lies within each person.

YouTube Chefs Inspire First Place Cuisine

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Date: Friday, April 30 2021

A well-stocked pantry and a pinch of YouTube inspiration gladden the heart of Shyla Hecht, who prepares about 70 home-cooked meals per day for guests of St. Vinnie's Youth and Family Services programs.

SVdP introduces the McDonald Community Vision Fund

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Date: Saturday, April 24 2021

SVdP is proud to announce a new campaign to support development of the McDonald Community Vision (MCV) Fund. This innovative new fund will form a flexible funding stream which, in the spirit of executive director Terry McDonald’s 50-year legacy of service, will allow the organization to continue investing in community-serving opportunities with agility.

Transfer Site Drop-off Hasn’t Slowed Mattress Recycling

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Date: Wednesday, April 21 2021

It's always springtime at St. Vinnie's mattress-recycling shop, where 3,000 pieces per month are being responsibly deconstructed into marketable materials.

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