***TORNADO RELIEF UPDATE***
The Memorial Day tornadoes may be out the headlines, but the needs for so many are only must beginning. Cleaning up the rubble and finding new homes, for all those folks who've been displaced will be a challenge. St Vincent volunteers throughout the Dayton area are working together to assess needs and coordinate donations and resources, ensuring that tornado victims' needs are being met in the most efficient and caring way possible. At this point, the greatest needs seem to be manual labor and donations of cash or grocery store gift cards. Both cash and gift card donations can be directed to St. Vincent de Paul through the Sunday collection. Just enclose them in an appropriately labeled envelope.
Furniture donations will be critical as people transition to new housing. Please do not leave unwanted furniture at your curb or at the donation box in our parking lot. Either drop it off at the St Vincent store on Edwin C Moses, or call them at 222-5555 for pick up.
The needs of victims continue to be great. May these folks know the love of Christ through our continued support.
This year, many Daytonians have first-hand experience of being a refugee, as they need to find housing as a result of the Memorial Day tornadoes. Catholic Social Services is helping to coordinate relief efforts, and some of our donations will be used in that effort.
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