SVdP is seeking an Accounting Manager for our Portland Council office. Full time position reporting to the Executive Director, open until filled, $42,000 — $52,000 per year DOE. The Accounting Manager will oversee all financial functions of the organization, train and supervise accounting staff. For full job description, requirements and application form, click on the following links.
Once again, the Portland Council benefited from the generosity of those Providence Medical Group employees who participated in the 2017 annual Table of the King event that was held on February 16th. Employees were asked to forgo their normal lunch on that day and instead, enjoy a simple meal of soup and bread, in accordance with a tradition started in France in 1800 by Mother Gamelin of the Sisters of Providence, who stated “Treat the poor with kindness and politeness; they are our lords and masters.” This year, the event raised over $27,000 in support of our programs, and on May 11th two representatives from Providence presented us with the check at our Cornwell St. location. We wish to thank Providence and all their employees and guests, for their continued support of our mission.
In recognition of their long-standing partnership and generous support, SVdP’s Portland Council has chosen Providence Medical Group as our June DONOR PARTNER OF THE MONTH. Providence Health & Services is the premier health services provider for Oregon and Southwest Washington.
24th Annual St. Vincent de Paul
Jim Altenhofen Memorial Golf Tournament
August 18, 2017
HAVE FUN ————————————HELP OTHERS
Proceeds from this year’s golf tournament will go toward the SVdP Emergency Services Program –helping needy individuals and families with rent and utility bill payment assistance.
We will be able to accept electronic credit card payment at Tournament site.
*If you would like to help St. Vincent de Paul by sponsoring a hole or event, please click on the following link and complete the Sponsor Form: Golf 2017 Sponsorship form
Our faith guides us to love the poor and serve the needy without condition. Our mission directs us to provide assistance to anyone who asks for our help. The services our staff and volunteers provide help reduce hunger and prevent homelessness. We can only do what we do with your help. Easter reminds us that suffering still exists and that we are still called to feed and aid those in need. Spring is here and during these most holy of days let us continue to be of service to others, to draw upon the spiritual power that Easter gives us, and put our beliefs into action.
The Mobile Kitchen now has regularly scheduled monthly lunch service:
• In Estacada, at St. Aloysius Church, on 1st & 3rd Tuesdays, from 11 AM to 1 PM.
• In Beaverton, at Holy Trinity Church, on 2nd, 4th & 5th Tuesdays, from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM.
• In Hillsboro, at St. Matthew Church, on every Wednesday, from 11 AM to 1 PM.
• In Canby, at the Canby Center, on every Thursday, from 11 AM to 1 PM.
If you would like to schedule a Mobile Kitchen lunch at your location please call us at 503-235-7837 or 503-234-1114.
St. Vincent de Paul has been fully operation in our new headquarters office since September 19, 2016. There is ample parking in front of the building. In the Emergency Services office on the ground floor we accept rent, utility and food assistance requests by phone at 503-235-8431 (M-F, 9 am – 4 pm) or by visiting the new location at 8101 SE Cornwell Street (M-F, 9 am – 2 pm). Emergency Services clients have a spacious waiting room and private space for meeting with the staff.
The second floor houses our administrative offices including the office of the Executive Director, Conference Liaison, and Accounting. There is also a large meeting room on the second floor that is used for staff and Board of Directors’ meetings and Conference Presidents’ meetings. The space is also available to Conferences for meetings, training and other gatherings.
The Portland Council was the subject of a video produced by Brian Harris of the Portland Center for the Media Arts (PCMA). The video was released in late August 2015, and runs for about 3-1/2 minutes. The video provides both live footage and expert narratives from our Executive Director and senior staff covering our 3 major programs: the Food Recovery Network, the Mobile Kitchen and the Emergency Services office. * Click here to watch. *