St. Vincent de Paul donations help the community

From left, St. Vincent De Paul publicity officer Lucy Alvarez hands a check for $1,000 to Nick Stamos with SVDP volunteers Kristen Conan and Bea Valverde, in front of the thrift store. Stamos represents the Fallbrook A Leer/Reading program, which provides a variety of books annually to children and their parents to promote reading at home.
From left, St. Vincent De Paul publicity officer Lucy Alvarez hands a check for $1,000 to Nick Stamos with SVDP volunteers Kristen Conan and Bea Valverde, in front of the thrift store. Stamos represents the Fallbrook A Leer/Reading program, which provides a variety of books annually to children and their parents to promote reading at home.

FALLBROOK – St. Vincent de Paul, a local nonprofit organization, recently presented donations to two other nonprofits in Fallbrook. Proceeds from the St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store were donated to the Fallbrook A Leer/Reading program, a community-supported service project, and the Foundation for Senior Care, which provides programs and resources that enable seniors to lead a more active and meaningful life.

The thrift store is located at 520 S. Main Ave. and is open 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. On Saturdays, the store is open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. To volunteer or for more information, call (760) 728-7012.

St. Vincent De Paul publicity officer Lucy Alvarez, left, presents a check to executive director Rachel Mason of the Foundation for Senior Care for its continued service of providing rides to seniors and disabled clients all around Fallbrook and throughout the residential areas.
St. Vincent De Paul publicity officer Lucy Alvarez, left, presents a check to executive director Rachel Mason of the Foundation for Senior Care for its continued service of providing rides to seniors and disabled clients all around Fallbrook and throughout the residential areas.

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