A Vision for
Help | Hope | Connection | Community
For nearly two decades, St. Vincent de Paul Georgia has operated its programs and supported 72 conferences from a commercial building at 2050 Chamblee Tucker Road, two blocks from the Chamblee MARTA station. SVdP Georgia initially leased 5,000 square feet in this 50,000 square-foot facility, and has quietly responded to a rising demand, expanding its footprint to 20,000 square feet as operating funds allowed.
St. Vincent de Paul Georgia now has an exciting and time-sensitive opportunity to buy this building, make 2050 Chamblee Tucker Road its permanent home, and ultimately transform how and to what degree it can serve neighbors in need. After more than a century of service, SVdP Georgia is seeking $6.5 million from the philanthropic community to:
- Secure the property at 2050 Chamblee Tucker Road;
- Transform the building to amplify mission-critical programming; and
- Sustain the life-changing impact of St. Vincent de Paul Georgia’s work into the future.
WE NEED YOUR HELP TO REACH OUR GOAL
To date, SVdP Georgia has secured over $6.5 million in philanthropic support for the Hope Transformed campaign. We have purchased the commercial building that houses the Conference Support Center in Chamblee and made incredible progress on its renovation to best support our conferences, community, and ultimately transform how and to what degree we can serve neighbors in need.
We are in the homestretch! Only $650,000 more is needed to complete this transformational project and position SVdP Georgia to provide help and hope to those in need for decades to come.
HOPE BUILDER | UP TO $500
FOUNDATION OF HOPE | $500-$2,500
CHAMPION OF HOPE | $2,500-$5,000
TRANSFORMATION OF HOPE | $5,000 AND UP
MAKE A GIFT OR PLEDGE
The Hope Transformed Capital Campaign Co-chairs, Mike Petrik, and Joseph Blanco talk about the success of the campaign this far and officially announce the public phase of the campaign.
10.19.18 | HOPE TRANSFORMED IS FIRST EVER CAPITAL CAMPAIGN OF SVDP GEORGIA | GEORGIA BULLETIN
St. Vincent de Paul Georgia is kick-starting the first capital campaign in its 115-year history, aimed at doubling in size its local food market and creating a safety-net pharmacy to help low-income clients.