St Vincent De Paul of Vancouver - Vancouver, WA - Food Assistance

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2456 Stapleton Road
Vancouver, WA 98662
: 360-694-5388
: https://www.svdpvancouverusa.org/

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    2020-02-13 11:03:14
    This organization is wonderful. I can't say enough good things about St Vincent De Paul of Vancouver. I am raising my kids alone and sometimes its hard. With the help I receive as I do not qualify for food assistance, you have helped us continue to thrive. I can't wait until I am on the other side of the fence and I can help others again. thank you

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Description: FOOD PANTRY HOURS:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Although not required, we encourage our non-English speaking clients to please provide an interpreter to allow us to serve them better. 

The Vancouver St. Vincent de Paul Society Conference is a Catholic lay organization dedicated to helping those faced with unexpected temporary needs.  Food is provided to our clients once every 30 days.  Our homeless population are eligible for food every two weeks. We are a partner agency with the Clark County Food Bank and we provide emergency food supplies to individuals and families in Clark County. Assistance is provided regardless of religion, nationality, race, sexual orientation, or gender.


Clothing

Thanks to donors and volunteers, we're able to provide a free clothing service at our Stapleton Road facility. Donors bring new and gently-used, clean clothes for all ages, and our volunteers sort and hang them. 

The clothing service is available on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, from 9:00 am to 12:30 pm

During the Christmas season, we also receive new coats from our local Knights of Columbus Council.


Rent Assistance
If you are seeking assistance with rent and live within Vancouver city limits, please call the Housing Hotline, 360-695-9677.  If you live outside the city limits or the Housing Hotline is unable to help you, please call our office at 360-694-5388. 


Utility Assistance

Utility assistance is a major program for the our Conference. In 2017, we helped 210 families, spending over $23,000. We work closely with the local utility companies to assist families with electricity, gas, and water payments.

Please call our office at 360-694-5388 to apply. 


* Make sure you check by calling the food pantry to confirm that they still are in operation and the hours as the hours have not changed.

Do you have items to donate? Contact St Vincent De Paul of Vancouver at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.


Important:
If you are looking to volunteer for Thanksgiving or any other time, please contact St Vincent De Paul of Vancouver at the phone number provided above.

If you have pictures of the food pantry/food bank/soup kitchen, I will upload them on this page. Please email me with the name of your shelter and the pictures to: HomelessSupport@gmail.com

Do you have items to donate? Contact St Vincent De Paul of Vancouver at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

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