St. Vincent de Paul opens new building to help homeless, elderly and disabled

The St. Vincent de Paul Society recently opened up a new 40,000 square foot building at its South Phoenix location to expand services for the elderly, disabled and homeless. The new facility will have additional shelter beds, more services for the homeless, classrooms, a computer lab and a food pantry. Shannon Clancy, St. Vincent de Paul’s chief philanthropy officer and associate executive director, will tell us more.

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