Thank you to everyone that helped make this year’s golf outing another successful event. We couldn’t do it without our sponsors listed below. Tournament Sponsor Sheetz Inc. The DiLucchio Family Major Sponsor Misti Development Group Corporate Team Sponsor Young Oakes Brown & Co. The M&T Charitable Foundation Tee Sponsor Independent Catholic Foundation Miller Kistler & […]
ALICE EMANUEL has been the Diocesan Spiritual Advisor for 19 years and retired in August. She is the mother of three and a retired colonel in the United States Air Force. After serving 28 years in the Air Force, Alice returned to Ebensburg in 1995. She began volunteering at the Holy Name Conference where she […]
A very sincere thank you to this year’s Sponsors. The outing is scheduled for Friday, September 4 at the Park Hills Country Club. There is still time to register a team for the tournament.
Pat passed away in April of this year. On June 27, 2020 the SVDP Community Gardens dedicated a crop tunnel to Pat and placed a statue in the tunnel in her honor.
St. Vincent de Paul was mentioned by MYMOVE.com as one of the top 10 charitable organizations taking clothing donations.
It is with great sadness and disappointment that Food for Families, Inc. announces the cancellation of our 2nd Annual Feed the Need Food Truck Rodeo for 2020.
Teachers and support staff from public schools in Blair and Centre counties raised over $2,500 for the SVDP Assumption Chapel Food Pantry in Altoona.
The WTAJ morning team stopped by the SVDP Altoona Thrift Store to help with sorting and interview Linda Irvin, one of our volunteers.
The Altoona human needs office raised $1,489.20 with the help of local churches and businesses who collected gently worn and new shoes. The committee banded and bagged the shoes and were paid $.40 a pound. That’s a lot of shoes; over 3,000 pairs! Many were brand new shoes. The shoes will go to other countries like […]
On Sunday, June 16, 2019 the 1st Annual Feed the Need Food Truck Rodeo was held from noon to 4 p.m. at Peoples Natural Gas Park in Johnstown. The nearly $6,000.00 raised will go toward an ongoing freezer/cooler project for the Johnstown warehouse.