CMC Thanks You for Donating!

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As the Society of St. Vincent de Paul LA Cardinal Manning Center adapts to its new norm, we thank you for joining our efforts in serving our neighbors experiencing homelessness. Your kindness and generosity has enabled us to serve hot meals and provide hygiene kits to our community members as well as ensure the safety …

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Creative Fundraisers that Help Others

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Khloe Helps the Homeless
On the evening of April 22, 2020, four-year-old Khloé was watching a news story about a high-schooler who raised money for college by sketching her classmates wearing their graduation regalia and masks- a symbol of the ongoing pandemic. Khloé felt inspired by the story and wanted to do something similar to help those affected by …

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Job Opening- Merchandise Handler (Temp)

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Job opening in Los Angeles
Purpose: Loading and unloading, moving company goods and donations in an efficient manner while representing the Society with a professional and courteous attitude. RESPONSIBILITIES General Tasks Opening shift employee is required to inspect the sales floor for Sold and Delivery items to place in their respective departments as well as check for safety issues. Must …

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Thrift-able Crafts for Dogs & Fireworks

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Protect your dogs from fireworks
The Fourth of July, New Year’s Eve and other big celebration days are often observed by family gatherings, delicious food and, unfortunately for our pets, booming firework shows. Here are a few thrift-able DIY ideas to keep your pets calm during fireworks. DIY Anxiety “Thundershirt” Wrap for Dogs An anxiety wrap is designed to hug …

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Juneteenth & Catholic Social Teaching

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Celebrated on June 19, Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States. It honors June 19, 1865, when Union soldiers arrived in Galveston, Texas, two years after the Emancipation Proclamation, to announce that the Civil War had ended and that the enslaved were now free. Why did …

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