× The 2019 Thanksgiving Food Box Project has Concluded – Thanks to the help from 2,500 donors and 900 volunteers we helped provide Thanksgiving dinner for almost 13,000 people this year! Thank you. Check back in Fall 2020 for next year’s info.
For over 40 years, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul has sponsored an annual Thanksgiving food box outreach program for those in need. This is a family-to-family act of charity. Families share the tradition of Thanksgiving by preparing food boxes and giving them to other families in need.

All seven Boise and Meridian Catholic parishes plus a number of congregations of our Protestant and LDS friends participate in this project. This is an opportunity for families to help families in need.

Last fall, we distributed more than 2,600 turkeys with all the trimmings for a complete Thanksgiving dinner for nearly 12,000 people. We expect a record number of requests this year. We need your help to meet this need.

St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho
St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho
Things look a little different at St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantries these days due to COVID-19. With double the clients we are used to, and a drive through system, the Idaho National Guard and Team Rubicon are now staffing our food pantry. We are immensely thankful for their hard work during this crisis.

We are still in desperate need of financial donations to keep food on the shelves and the lights on so that we can provide for the thousands of Idahoans who are relying on our services. Can we count on you to help us help others?

Visit www.svdpid.org to make a difference during the Coronavirus Pandemic.
St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho
St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho
St. Vincent de Paul is responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic with more than food, rent, and utility assistance! We combed our thrift stores for all the bolts of fabric that we had. That fabric is now in the hands of The Treasure Valley Medical Masks Sewing Angels a group that has sprung up to sew masks for medical professionals and other individuals!

Visit www.svdpid.org to see the other ways we are responding to the crisis.
St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho
St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho
Thank you KTVB’s Kim Fields KTVB for covering our fight against the Coronavirus pandemic. We continue to experience record demand but also record generosity. We are amazed by the outpouring of support we have received thus far. It’s directly translating to food on our shelves for individuals in need. Thank you!

If you want to learn more about how you can receive assistance or help us help others, visit our website at www.svdpid.org
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