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ST. VINCENT DE PAUL DISTRIBUTING 1,300 THANKSGIVING MEALS TO LOCAL FAMILIES IN NEED ON TUESDAY, NOV. 23

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More than 100 volunteers to help with annual food distribution

When: Tuesday, November 23 – Doors open at 9:00 a.m.; neighbors will be lined up early.

Where: Don and Phyllis Neyer Outreach Center, 1146 Bank St. (West End)

What: St. Vincent de Paul – Cincinnati is once again helping to ensure that neighbors are able to celebrate Thanksgiving with a bountiful dinner by distributing 1,300 turkeys and fixings for a complete meal to local families in need. No pre-registration is required, but neighbors will need to show their ID to receive food.

About St. Vincent de Paul – Cincinnati
For more than 150 years, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul has compassionately cared for neighbors in need throughout Cincinnati and Hamilton County. More than 1,200 neighborhood-based volunteers provide personal, emergency assistance for needs such as food, clothing, rent and utilities, prescription medications and much more. The heart of our mission is to bridge the spiritual, emotional and material gaps in peoples’ lives and to serve with dignity and respect. St. Vincent de Paul – Cincinnati is one of hundreds of St. Vincent de Paul District Councils serving throughout the United States. For more information about our mission, outreach and services, visit SVDPcincinnati.org.

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