society of st. vincent de paul

Boise State Public Radio

For 180 years, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul has worked with low income and homeless people across the country, trying to provide avenues to head off homelessness before it occurs. Nearly 700 people volunteer with St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho to serve tens of thousands of Idahoans. We talk with executive director Ralph May about the society's service and the upcoming "Fun and Food Tapas for a Cause" event.

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