A THANK YOU to Our Grantors
Tuesday - July 15, 2014
St. Vincent de Paul Place would like to gratefully acknowledge the support of the following communities, organizations, and foundations that have provided grants to our Served-meals, Food Pantry, and Care and Advocacy Outreach programs:
Bethsaida Community, Inc.
Black and Indian Mission Office
Catholic Campaign for Human Development
Catholic Foundation of the Diocese of Norwich
Catholic Foundation - Hart Fund
Chamber of Commerce of Eastern CT
Charles Spalding Trust
Charter Oak Federal Credit Union
Chelsea Groton Foundation
Church of the Holy Family, Hebron
Community Development Block Grant
Community Foundation of Eastern CT
Dime Bank Foundation
Eastern CT Association of REALTORS
Eastern Savings Bank Foundation
Edward and Mary Lord Foundation
Elsie F. and J. Marshall Brown Trust
Emergency Food and Shelter Program
Entertainment Industry Foundation
Feinstein Family Fund
Freeport McMoRan Copper & Gold Foundation
Greater Norwich Area Chamber of Commerce
Kluepfel Charitable Fund/Mystic Pilgrims
Liberty Bank Foundation
NHS Tigers Fund
Norwich Rotary Foundation
Operation Rice Bowl
R.S. Gernon Trust
Ray and Pauline Sullivan Foundation
SI Financial Group Foundation
St. David Episcopal Church
St. Matthias Council Knights of Columbus
Sunshine Rotary Club of Norwich
Swindells Charitable Foundation
St. Vincent de Paul Place | 2:42 PM
Saturday Clean-Up Day
Friday - May 30, 2014
This Saturday, May 31st, Reliance House will be holding their third Neighborhood Clean-Up. This month, they're focusing on Indian Leap Falls. If you'd like to help, please at the Falls on Yantic Park Rd. in Norwich at 9 a.m. You can park in the falls parking lot on the right, just past the falls.
Reliance House is partnering with: St. Vincent de Paul Place, Cornerstone Church, International Family Worship Center, SMHA, and members from the Community Care Team. Funding is provided by The Last Green Valley.
St. Vincent de Paul Place | 8:04 AM
Help Us Stay Clean and Smelling Great!
Thursday - May 29, 2014
We are looking for help with hygiene products. As the summer approaches and the weather warms up, the need for personal hygiene increases, as you can well imagine! Please help us by bringing in ANY personal hygiene products! We are looking for:
Our patrons appreciate your help, as do all of us here at St. Vincent de Paul Place! You all know how good it feels to clean up after being hot and sweaty...please help our patrons feel the same!! Thank you in advance for your help!!
St. Vincent de Paul Place | 8:58 AM
Food Pantry Closed Memorial Day
Monday - May 19, 2014
The food pantry will be closed on Monday, May 26th for Memorial Day. Monday pantry patrons are welcome to come in on Wednesday or Saturday that week to make up the day if needed.
The kitchen will be open and serving breakfast and lunch as normal.
St. Vincent de Paul Place | 3:09 PM
National Day of Prayer, May 1
Thursday - April 24, 2014
Please join us on Thursday, May 1 at 12:00 noon in front of Norwich City Hall for the National Day of Prayer Service.
This year's theme: One Voice United In Prayer "So that with one mind and one voice you may glorify the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ." (Romans 15:6).
*Gathering 12:00 noon
*Opening prayer 12:00 noon
*Recognition of First Responders
*Open season of prayer in small groups
*Closing prayer and hymn
The National Day of Prayer is an annual day of observance held on the first Thursday of May, designated by the United States Congress, when people are asked "to turn to God in prayer and meditation". Each year since its inception, the president has signed a proclamation, encouraging all Americans to pray on this day. The modern law formalizing its annual observance was enacted in 1952; however, days of prayer have been called for since 1775, when the Continental Congress designated a time for prayer in forming a new nation.
The National Day of Prayer is celebrated by Americans of many religions, including Christians of many denominations, including Protestants and Catholics, as well as Sikhs, Muslims, Hindus, and Jews, reflecting the demographics of the United States. On the National Day of Prayer, many Americans assemble in prayer in front of courthouses, as well as in houses of worship, such as churches, mosques, synagogues, and temples. Luncheons, picnics, and music performances revolving around praying for the nation are also popular observances. Traditionally, the President of the United States issues an official National Day of Prayer proclamation each year as well.
*from Wikipedia, National Day of Prayer
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