St. Vincent's opening new thrift store
[Prince George Citizen, Nov 21, 2017
If people are looking for a few little miracles, look no further than St. Vincent de Paul Society's new Thrift Store location at 1645 Third Ave, which holds its grand opening Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Take a step inside to see the brightly painted walls, the lovely floors, not to mention all the donated items available for sale or gifted to those in need.
Good Neighbour Food Drive
Prince George community members are being invited to participate in a Good Neighbour Food Drive to help the community of McBride. On April 5th a fire destroyed a cedar mill, one of the main employers in McBride, causing suffering for many in the community.
If you can help, please bring nonperishable items to one of the four Catholic parishes in PG before or after Mass on the weekend of May 21st. St Vincent de Paul is looking after collecting the nonperishable items on Monday the 22nd and delivering them to McBride that day. As well as needing food items, help will also be needed at each parish on the Monday to load the truck. Monetary donations will be accepted.
Everyone in PG is invited to help our McBride neighbours. A few years ago, when Mackenzie had similar circumstances, we managed to fill a 5-ton truck with non-
perishable items. Let's see if we can meet that goal again.
Please contact Fran [250-613-1440] or Bernie [250-564-3416] if you have
“Truly, I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of these my brethren,
you did it to me.” Mark 25:40
St. Vincent de Paul relocating thrift shop
The Prince George Citizen, April 19, 2017
There's a new thrift shop in store for the St. Vincent de Paul Society.
The local non-profit that provides meals 365 days a year to those in need at the Drop In Centre in the downtown core of Prince George needed a bigger space for the thrift shop and after a two-year search founda new location.
Volunteers needed: Easter Dinner 2017
St Vincent de Paul urgently needs volunteers for our Easter Dinner, April 16th, at Sacred Heart Auditorium. For the success of the dinner, 50 volunteers are required from 10:15 am to 2:00 pm. Please consider sharing your Easter Sunday with those less fortunate. To ensure we have enough volunteers, it is imperative that you register by calling the Drop-In Centre at 250-564-7871 between 9 am and 4 pm, Monday through Thursday.
Donations of fruit pies would be very much appreciated. They can be dropped off at the Drop-In Centre [1220 - 2nd Avenue] up to Thursday, April 13th at 4:00 pm. Please wrap and label the pies beforehand.
North of 60
St Vincent de Paul National Council >> Projects and Committees
Last year your National Council moved to have all Regions support
the peoples of the Arctic and the North of 60 Project became a National initiative.
Tuktoyaktuk was the first Northern Community that the Society started to support. The presence of Sister Fay Trombley at Our Lady of Grace Church, and her work with Community Leaders over several years, allowed for the start of ......
Happy St Louise de Marillac Feast Day!
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Christmas Hamper Volunteer Opportunities ...
We are entering ou busiest time of the year and would not be able to carry out our work without the gift of volunteers and their time.
If you are able to help with any of the following please register by phoning the Drop-In Centre, Monday to Friday, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, at 250 - 564-7871.
Volunteer Opportunities Include …
170th Anniversary of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul in Canada
The first conference of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul in Canada was founded on November 12, 1846, coming to life at the cathedral, in the city of Québec. Ever since the Society has continued to expad across the coutry and today, we are present from coast to coast. In spite of parish closures and amalgamations, the number of our conferences in increasing and we ontinue [to] recruit new volunteers.
Local helps those in need
A chance encounter inspired a local kid to make a postive change.
Jayden Wong, a Grade 3 student from Westwood elementary, helped deliver around 200 pounds of food to the St. Vincent de Paul Society Friday morning. He also brought eight bags of blankets, warm winter clothing and more than $300 - all with the hope of helping the local homeless population.
Your help is urgently needed
St Vincent de Paul is seeking volunteers for the sandwich line which makes and serves sandwiches, coffee, and snacks to St Vincent guests on weekday evenings and weekend afternoons......
St Vincent de Paul Society serving up Thanksgiving dinner ...
The Prince George Citizen, October 6, 2016
St Vincent de Paul Society is preparing to feed about 800 people Thanksgiving dinner on Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Sacred Heart auditorium at 887 Patricia Blvd ......
Thanksgiving Dinner, 2016 ...
October 1, 2016
St Vincent de Paul will host a Thanksgiving Dinner for those who would not otherise have one at Sacred Heart Cathedral Hall on Sunday, October 9, 2016. Dinner will be served from 11:30 - 1:15 pm.
Volunteers are needed .....
St. Vincent's volunteer part of the family
The Prince George Citizen, September 29, 2016
Almost every day for the last 10 years there's a familiar face that can be seen at St. Vincent de Paul Society's Drop-In Centre on Second Ave.
The Thrift Store welcomes your donations
September 27, 2016
St Vincent's Thrift Store welomes your donations of clothing, home furnishings, appliances, toys, crafts, etc.
The Vincentian Family celebrates its 400th Anniversary in 2017
18 May 2016 CGI news St Vincent de Paul Global website
Let's go! The entire Vincentian Family prepares to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the birth of the Vincentian charism that will take place throughout the year 2017.
The next General Meeting of the Society of St Vincent de Paul will be held
Tuesday April 24, 2018
at 6:00 pm
next month's meeting will be May 22, 2018
in the meeting room at the Drop-In Centre, 1220 Second Avenue.
Anyone interested in the Society is welcome and encouraged to attend. We are also welcoming new members who might want to get involved in various ways. Please come out and see if there's an aspect which has a particular appeal to you.
Please note the 6:00 start time!
The EASTER season is upon us and preparations are underway at St Vincent's.
Easter Dinner will be held on Easter Sunday, April 1st, at Sacred Heart Auditorium.
We require 45 volunteers between 10:15 am and 2:00 pm, to help serve Easter dinner to those in need and to do clean-up afterwards. To ensure the success of the dinner, please register to volunteer by calling the Drop-In Centre before March 29 at 250-564-7871, from Monday to Friday between 9:00 and 4:00