Our Mission St. Vincent de Paul Georgia empowers people, regardless of their background, ethnicity or faith, to achieve stability and self-sufficiency by offering financial, material, educational and spiritual support and by collaborating with others to develop and deliver programs and services.
"You can really change the world if you care enough"
- Marian Wright Edelman
New CEO SVdP Georgia Welcomes New CEO Patrick McNulty
St. Vincent de Paul Georgia is pleased to announce the appointment of Patrick McNulty as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) effective September 25, 2020.
Mr. McNulty comes to St. Vincent de Paul Georgia from Allied Universal where he was Senior Vice President, bringing proven experience leading sales/operations turnarounds, growing businesses and leaders, and creating market differentiation in national, labor-intensive services industries.
Board News Michael Mies, the new St. Vincent de Paul Board President
St. Vincent de Paul Georgia is happy to announce our new Board President, Michael Mies. Mike has served as District 2 President since 2015 and Vice-Chair of the board since 2017.
Mike is a native of Michigan but spent 8 years living and working in Europe (Belgium and Switzerland) before moving to Atlanta in 1997. He is an avid tennis player and also a big fan of the University of Michigan Wolverines (Go Blue!) Mike has been married for 36 years to his wife Jane and has two children who were both born in Switzerland.
Crystal worked two jobs before COVID-19. Unfortunately, she lost one of her jobs during the pandemic, which took a toll on her finances. Crystal also brought in extra income through towing old cars for metal until her company trailer and truck recently went missing. Although the price of metal had decreased over the years, the little income that she received from the business was helpful.
Crystal only had a little money left, and all of her bills were overdue. Her mortgage company offered an installment plan, but Crystal was 5 months behind in her payments and was unable to pay the minimum installment due. Her electric company soon stopped accepting partial payments, that left Crystal behind on her utility bills.
Donations to general operations will support all programs by St. Vincent de Paul across Georgia.
Preventing Homelessness, Fighting Hunger, and Changing Lives.
Founded in 1903, St. Vincent de Paul Georgia provides immediate relief to those on the edge of poverty. We helpneighborsin crisismaintain self-sufficiency and dignity by providing emergency mortgage, rent or utility payments; food, clothing, medicine; legal aid; loan or tax assistance, and career guidance. SVdP puts hope into action to prevent poverty from spreading to another family.
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