2015 Home Visit Report
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"To all the volunteers who have been so nice the past year and given their time to help other people. I thank you for the food you have given me. It was really appreciated. I'm wishing you a happy, healthy New Year. May God bless you, Geneva.
The Thrift Store is our valued partner in helping the needy. Their spacious store features clothing, furniture and the things to transfrom a house into a home. Please visit their store and get some great buys. You'll get a very nice purchase and the sale proceeds will help others in the future.
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Thanksgiving Dinner was a wonderful meal served to almost 120 people. There was even some mini-excitement when the smoke alarm tripped by mistake. It was a nice gathering of some good people enjoying each other's company and it is on the way to becoming a Blessed Trinity tradition.
St. Vincent De Paul
at Blessed Trinity
Please save your plastic Wal-Mart type bags and bring them to us. We use the every Saturday at the Food Pantry.
Special thanks to our volunteer Sandra for creating these reports and her constant help. She organizes us and keeps us on track!.
The Bake Sale was a wonderful success. We raised $1000.30 (that's a lot of cookies!) and donated it for the Philippine Relief effort through are partners at the Filipino Apostolate. The quick snap shot shows Becky, Bridget and Louise working the table. Cecelia was bell-ringing, herding the customers and "closing" the sale on the undecided types. With Louise's organization and a lot of volunteer help, the event was a successful fund-raiser to help our brothers and sisters in the Philippines..