2021 Winter Appeal – St Vincent De Paul Society
July 14, 2021
The Ingleburn St Vincent de Paul Conference Members invite the Holy Family Parish community to help local struggling families this Winter by contributing to the annual Winter Appeal, particularly in these very difficult COVID-19 times, with many in the community having recently lost a job or struggling on reduced income. Please give to this appeal and help us to provide support for those in our community in need and crisis at this time.
Whatever the need or cause of the crisis, it generally results in financial hardship and impacts on the families’ ability to purchase food, medication, clothing and blankets as well as pay bills. The financial assistance that you offer through this appeal will help Society members’ provide assistance to these local families in need. This assistance helps restore hope by showing that they are not alone and that somebody does care.
Due to the lockdown COVID-19 restrictions currently in place, it is unclear when we will be able to conduct our usual in person appeal during the weekend masses. However, If you wish, you can donate on-line directly to the Ingleburn St Vincent de Paul Conference by following the below link to our fund-raising page:
Any monies donated through this link get allocated directly to the Ingleburn St Vincent de Paul Conference.
As the Conference has only volunteer members, all of the money raised by this Appeal will be used to assist the families in need. If required, a receipt can be provided for taxation purposes for all donations of $2.00 and over. Thank you in anticipation of your generosity.
Also, despite the current lockdown in place we are still providing assistance to those in need in our local community by carrying out phone assessments and delivering food cards, clothing and furniture / material vouchers to household letterboxes or door steps.
President, Ingleburn St Vincent de Paul Conference
Phone: Samaritan House (9618 6278), Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 am to 11:30 am.
Mail: PO Box 282, Ingleburn NSW 1890