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Community and the Guardian Society

Written on December 20, 2016 at 7:48 pm, by

Members of our Guardian Society community strongly believe in our mission of service.  We want to share with you stories of three of our Guardian Society families on why they joined. For the Vulnerable in “One of the reasons why our family supports St. Vincent’s is unconditional love and a safe home.  It’s something most of…

Corporate Gifts Change Lives

Written on December 20, 2016 at 7:29 pm, by

One small weight can tip the scales, and a single pebble thrown into a still pond creates ripples that extend to the far shore. No matter how insignificant a change appears, each action has a consequence. Small steps lead to bigger steps. Gifts given with a generous heart continue to multiply. This past year STVCC…

Adventure is U.P. There

Written on August 25, 2016 at 12:47 pm, by

Adventure often occurs close to home for kid’s at St. Vincent Catholic Charities’ (STVCC) Children’s Home. But for one week every summer, the kids in Minerva get to experience an adventure in the U.P.  There is something very human about the need to escape. And when you grow up in Michigan, that most often takes…

Dear Foster Parents, We Admire You

Written on August 18, 2016 at 4:59 pm, by

Dear Foster Parents, We want to thank you for your undying resolve and commitment to our Foster Care program.  Each day we admire the sacrifices you make to help our children and teens.  It fills us with joy when you share your latest accomplishments, and we empathize with you on those days when your resolve…

Message from the CEO: Our Children’s Home

Written on October 12, 2015 at 5:34 pm, by

Dear Friends and Supporters, One of the areas this newsletter focuses on is one of our most essential programs, the residential Children’s Home. From the early days of our existence in the late ‘40s and early ‘50s, we were known as St. Vincent Home for Children, and the agency was caring for children who had been…