Semi-Annual Clothing Giveaway
Spring Clothing Giveaway
Seton’s St. Vincent de Paul Society will hold their annual Spring Clothing Giveaway on Saturday,
July 17th 2021 in the school cafeteria.
Your donations of all season clothing made this day special for those in need in our community.
If you would like to donate items or your time to this wonderful cause, please contact Jeanne Wahl, 575-5983, or Nancy Haines, 576-1798.
For high school students needing service hours, this is a fun and rewarding way to help those less fortunate.
Car Donation Program
The SVDP National Vehicle Donation Program best-in-class program proudly returns an average of nearly 80% of car proceeds to charity.
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is a proud member of One Car One Difference™, a national public awareness program about the benefits of vehicle donation to communities and the environment. Created by Insurance Auto Auctions' Donation Division, the program supports more than 100 participating charities nationwide.
Annual Run for the Poor
28th Annual Run for the Poor - 5k Run
Held at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish ...
Important announcement: Due to the resurgence of Covid-19 cases in Ohio, we are no longer able to obtain adequate insurance for the Run for the Poor, so we must sadly cancel the 5K part of the event - the Formation Flyover by the WW2 era fighter planes is also cancelled. Registrations for the "Fund for the Poor" are still being accepted. All registrants will be entered into a drawing to win one of our traditionally large number of door prizes.
On-Line Registration - Click on the web site link below:
Media requests, Sponsorship opportunities, Door
http://www.racedmc.com/schedule.htmlPrize donation and SVDP info contact:
Marvin Hudson via email at
Course Map: (click on the picture)
See Marv Hudson and Jerry Nieb from the St. Martin District Council of St. Vincent de Paul tell us all about the 5K Run for the
Poor. You can run or walk at any pace, there
are door prizes galore, and all are welcome!
Click on Picture below to see the Miami Township Teleview interview.