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The reliance of thousands of Irish families on the Society of St Vincent de Paul (SVP) has remained consistently high over the past five years. And the numbers show no sign of decreasing in any significant way, says SVP Galway as it launched its annual appeal.
The numbers of Irish families depending on the Society of St Vincent de Paul (SVP) every year has remained high and show no sign of decreasing in any significant way, according to SVP Galway as it launched its annual appeal.
As it prepares to meet growing demands for support from families and individuals this winter, the Society of St Vincent de Paul (SVP) in Galway will hold an information evening to recruit volunteers on Thursday October 23 from 6pm to 8pm in the Menlo Park Hotel, Galway.
As donations to its annual appeal are down on average between 20 and 25 per cent compared with last year, the Society of St Vincent de Paul (SVP) has made a renewed plea to the Irish public for support in the last week before Christmas. Donations to the SVP can be made locally or online at www.svp.ie.
The biggest provider of hostels for the homeless, and assistance to those in need, the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul, is urging Galwegians to support this year’s annual appeal.
A local charity, which reaches out to the needy, received more than 3,000 calls for help last year, a 50 per cent increase on 2010.
The Louisburgh St Vincent De Paul Society is currently looking to recruit new members to the society in order to help with the existing and expanding workload.
Louisburgh St Vincent De Paul Society is anxious to meet and talk with parents or individuals who may be experiencing financial difficulty at this time. You can contact the SVP telephone helpline on 087 933 4960.
The Society of St Vincent de Paul is seeking public support for its 2010 annual appeal, which takes place until December 12.
The Society of St Vincent de Paul Flood Relief Committee would like to thank all those who have generously donated to date and who are continuing to donate for the victims of the flooding in the Athlone area. The fund presently stands at €150,000.