Transforming the Way We Serve

Transforming the Way We Serve

Through our first-ever capital campaign, St. Vincent de Paul Georgia has a Vision for Transforming Hope. After more than a century of service, the Hope Transformed capital campaign and transformation of the St. Vincent de Paul Georgia Conference Support Center includes: Securing ownership of the property at 2050 Chamblee Tucker Road Transforming the building to…

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Patrick McNulty Appointed New Chief Executive Officer of St. Vincent de Paul Georgia

St. Vincent de Paul Georgia (SVdP Georgia), a nonprofit agency dedicated to preventing homelessness, fighting hunger and changing lives, is pleased to announce the appointment of Patrick McNulty as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) effective September 25, 2020. Mr. McNulty comes to St. Vincent de Paul Georgia from Allied Universal where he was Senior Vice President,…

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A New Beginning for Josephine

A New Beginning for Josephine

Like many couples, Josephine and her boyfriend fought about their finances. She had always worked and paid her bills on time, and he did not share these same values. When the fighting escalated to a violent altercation, Josephine was determined that it would never happen again. She accepted a quick job transfer and moved across…

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SVdP Commerce Thrift Store Surpassed 1M in Sales and has Helped over 25,000 People with Direct and Indirect Aid

SVdP Commerce Thrift Store Surpassed 1M in Sales and has Helped over 25,000 People with Direct and Indirect Aid

The Commerce Thrift Store was established on July 5, 2016 and has received great success in sales throughout the years. The store only holds three paid  positions, a manager, assistant manager and cashier, as like most SVdP thrift stores, much of the store’s support comes from dedicated and generous volunteers. When the pandemic hit, the Commerce…

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Latoya’s Silver Lining

Latoya’s Silver Lining

When Latoya first entered the Motel to Home (M2H) program she was living in a motel with two of her four daughters. She earned $11/hour and was barely earning enough to pay her motel bill, let alone anything else. She desperately wanted a stable home where her girls could thrive. With the help of her two…

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Saint Mary’s SVdP Conference Expands Assistance to Local Senior Center

Saint Mary’s SVdP Conference Expands Assistance to Local Senior Center

The “What’s Next” Initiative helps seniors that are left with little social interaction during COVID-19 After three successful Drive-In Food Pantries at Saint Mary’s Catholic Church, the local St. Vincent de Paul conference challenged themselves with a “What’s next?” Initiative. Their answer to that question came through a discussion that conference member Ann Tripp had…

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“A brighter future ahead”

“A brighter future ahead”

Chantel has always been a giving, caring person. Three years ago, she took in a newborn child who was born to an addictive mother and on his way to foster care. She also cares for her sister, Mary, who is a double amputee. While juggling being a new “mom” and caretaker, Chantel also held a…

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A Home for Theresa

A Home for Theresa

Theresa was living in an apartment with her three children when she began to feel ill. Her doctor found a life-threatening heart condition that needed immediate intervention which caused Theresa to take off a lot of time from work for her procedure and recovery. Before she was able to return to work she was let go from…

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A limo business collapse during COVID-19

A limo business collapse during COVID-19

Mike is a self-employed business owner that owns a limousine company in Atlanta. Once the Coronavirus pandemic hit, Mike’s business stalled and he wasn’t able to bring in any income. In addition to a lack of business, Mike was hit with major engine and transmission repairs to the limo. These repairs cost thousands of dollars…

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