Monday, January 4, 2010
Difficulties continue for many people; please help the Society help others
Dear Vincentians and Friends:
As you know, the past year was difficult for many children and families. And, as always, the young men and women of the Society of St Vincent de Paul reached out a helping hand to minister to and with their neighbors in need, whether that neighbor lived in a home across the street, or on the street across town.
If you would like to help these young people continue to help others, please consider a donation to the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Council of Los Angeles. Your donation in any amount is appreciated.
You have two options in sending your donations: U.S. Mail or online via PayPal Read below for instructions on either option.
Via U.S. Mail:
Please be sure to send a note, earmarking your generous gift for 'Youth/Young Adult Conferences.'
Donations may be mailed to: Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Conference Dept., 210 N. Ave. 21, Los Angeles, CA 90031
Online via PayPal:
Please visit the Society’s website at http://www.svdpla.org/index.php?id=89 and follow the instruction. Please note: When reviewing your donation information (before sending it off to us), please click on a link which reads “Additional Instructions +” and include a note stating that the donation is to be used for Youth/Young Adult Conferences.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at 323-226-1757 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you again for your continued support, and may you and all your loved ones have a blessed New Year.
Yours in St. Vincent de Paul,
Manuel A. Sánchez
Youth/Young Adult Conference Coord.
Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Council of Los Angeles
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