St. Vincent dePaul

Our St. Vincent de Paul volunteers made and served dinner for the homeless at Tent City IV in December 2014.Parishioners in our Holy Innocents St. Vincent de Paul Conference (SVdP) volunteer to help others in need throughout our community. The Vincentians make home visits to assist the needy by offering compassion and financial help. The conference receives funding from the donations of our parishioners. They meet on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 P.M. in the lower level of the church. For more information about SVdP, and to learn how you can volunteer, please contact Carrie Harris.

The Society of St Vincent de Paul exists to respond to those in need in a person-to person manner. We help people regardless of race, creed, national origin or age. We strive to see the face of Christ in everyone we serve. You can help us in this mission of charity. Your financial support will enable us to have the resources to meet the basic needs of those who desperately need help. We are currently seeking more volunteers to help in this service. 

 

Watch the bulletin, the Holy Innocents Calendar, or this space for information on the next “Stuff the Truck” event.  Mark your calendar and check back here!  

We cannot sell these items; that is, no one buys them so that we have to pay to dispose of them.

— SOCIETY OF ST VINCENT DE PAUL

The list below are items that St Vincent de Paul can not sell.  If you have a question about something you want to donate, call 206-767-3835 for the answer.

Non- Accepted Items for “Stuff the Truck”

Please do not donate the following items:

  • Air conditioners
  • Anything poisonous or hazardous
  • Anything that needs repair
  • Appliances: large household
  • Baby furniture
  • Baseboard or gas heaters
  • Bathtubs
  • Bathroom or shower chairs
  • Bedframes: captain or platform
  • Car parts or batteries
  • Carpeting/carpets
  • Copy machines
  • Desks: metal or too large
  • Encyclopedias, magazines, textbooks
  • Exercise equipment
  • Fireplace inserts
  • Furnaces
  • Furniture that is unstable or wobbly or need any repair
  • Hospital beds
  • Hot water tanks
  • Lamp fixtures for fluorescents or halogen
  • Large household appliances
  • Lumber
  •  Mattresses: California Kings
  • Microwave ovens
  • Paint
  • Pianos
  • Ping-Pong tables
  • Propane tanks
  • Organs
  • Single pane windows
  • Sinks
  • Swing sets
  • Toilets
  • Tires
  • TV’s larger than 32 inches or pre-2005
  • Waterbeds