The Ultimate Guide to a Socially Distanced Valentine’s Day

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Couple plays video games at home.Valentine's Date Tips!
COVID-19 and social anxiety have challenged our bonds as neighbors, forcing us to find new ways to connect and care for one another. That is why during these unprecedented times, it is more important than ever to celebrate all types of love. Whether you plan to use this Valentine’s Day to give a little more …

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Now Hiring: Program Coordinator

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Cardinal Manning Center Program Coordinator St. Vincent de Paul of Los Angeles Department of Social Services HELP MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN OUR COMMUNITY!  Please join the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Los Angeles (SVDPLA) in its mission to serve those in need. We currently have an opening for a full time, Program Coordinator position …

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Feeding 400 Families for Christmas

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St. Vincent De Paul of Los Angeles Provides Toys, Shoes, and 400 Meals to Struggling Families in time for Christmas   (Los Angeles, Calf.)– On Saturday, December 12, 2020, St. Vincent de Paul of Los Angeles, in collaboration with California Highway Patrol, Shoe Palace, Navidad En El Barrio, Inner-City Arts, and the Allen Lund Company …

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Thank You, Hikers!

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In mind-November we concluded our Hike4Kids Fundraiser to support Circle V Ranch Camp‘s 2021 summer program. It was a huge success! Thank you to all who hiked with us to make the summer camp experience accessible for all children. We might’ve hiked apart this year, but because of your overwhelming support, we can’t help but …

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Toys Needed for Kids Under 13

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Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! Cheerful cute childrens girls opening gifts. Kids wearing pajamas having fun near tree in the morning. Loving family with presents in room.
Spread the joy this Christmas and donate toys to children in need. 2020 has been a challenging year for everyone, especially for families with children who were already struggling before the pandemic. Even Christmastime, a season when we can usually expect gathering with good company and carefree merriment is uncertain for many this year. With …

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