In the spirit of love and justice, SVdP provides person to person services of time, talent and resources to help our neighbors in need.

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Save the Date! SVdP’s 4th Annual “Eat Your Heart Out” Dinner & Auction – April 30th, 2014

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SVdP's Programs

SVdP’s Restorative Justice Ministry

SVdP’s Restorative Justice Ministry

SVdP’s Restorative Justice Ministry works to heal both the victim and offender in order to regain the trust of the community.
SVdP’s Peninsula Family Resource Center

SVdP’s Peninsula Family Resource Center

PFRC is a homelessness prevention program, whose mission is to assist with basic survival necessities & wellness support to families & individuals at risk of homelessness
SVdP’s Homeless Help Centers

SVdP’s Homeless Help Centers

SVdP’s Homeless Help Centers offer basic survival necessities
SVdP’s Stores

SVdP’s Stores

Whether you are shopping, donating, or volunteering at SVdP’s Thrift Stores, you are giving!
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I want to offer help and give hope to my neighbor in need.

91 cents of every dollar donated goes directly to services.

From the Blog

  • What Gift Will You Bring?

    What Gift Will You Bring?

    I have to admit, as a young child, Christmas was (almost) all about the presents. Celebrating baby Jesus’ birthday, dressing up for Mass and spending time (and eating!) with family was fun, but the greatest excitement was waking up Christmas morning, running downstairs and seeing all the presents under the tree.
  • Thank You Philanthropy!

    Thank You Philanthropy!

    A philanthropist is defined as a person who seeks to promote the welfare of others, especially by the generous donation of money to good causes. Some philanthropists are well known and have eponymous foundations; others give more anonymously on a daily basis. Either way, these givers make a difference in many lives
  • Let’s Walk

    Let’s Walk

    Here is a note of gratitude from someone with whom SVdP walked during a time of crisis: “I am writing to you to thank you very much for the housing and food assistance which I received from you recently. The check was most appreciated by my landlord and I have been enjoying the

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