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Why donate to Saint Vincent de Paul?

We are a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization supporting the Camas-Washougal, WA community.  We are proud to have 90% to 95% percent of our revenue go directly to those living in poverty within this community.  Our method is to contact every person who calls into our hotline.  If we cannot directly help a caller we are able to direct them to someone who can.  We do not discriminate regardless of race, creed or religion.  We see the face of Christ in every person we serve.

Our annual statement comes out every January and is available to the public by contacting our Treasurer via our phone hotline.

Funding

Our funding comes from the generosity of our parishioners and donations made directly to the Saint Vincent de Paul Society.  We conduct several drives throughout the year to solicit specific donations from our parishioners to benefit the needy within the Camas-Washougal community including the following:

Monies collected from this website.

Every third weekend of the month we collect monetary donations, after all of the masses, directly from St. Thomas Aquinas parishioners.

Donations are directly mailed or delivered, to the St. Thomas Aquinas Parish office:

St. Vincent de Paul Society
C/O St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church
324 NE Oak St.
Camas, WA 98607

 

Automobile Donation
www.svdpusacars.com

1. Fill out the online donation form or call toll free (800) 322-8284
(24 hours a day, 7 days a week).  It takes just a few minutes

2. We’ll have the vehicle picked up in 24 hours (If donated on weekday. Weekend donations may take longer).

3. We’ll fill out all the tax forms and send them to you

4. Your goodwill, tax deductible donation is tied directly to your location. That means your car donation will help someone in your immediate community.

 

Other in-kind donations and collections

Ongoing food drives for canned and non-perishable items, which are given to the East County Family Resource Center in Washougal for distribution.  There is always a barrel at the back of the church, located in the vestibule.

Ongoing health, hygiene and cleaning supplies drive, which are also given to the Family Resource Center in Washougal for distribution.

Ongoing collection of baby supplies, such as diapers, formula, food, clothing, lotions, etc.

Warm clothing drives for coats, hats, gloves, etc., which are given to Fr. Berg’s Mission in Portland, OR for the homeless.

Christmas “Giving Tree” donations of gifts items and food,
providing Christmas boxes to needy families within the community.

School supply drive for backpacks, binders, paper, pencils & pens, etc., which are given to Treasure House Inter-Faith Center in Camas, to provide children with a great start for the new school year.

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