SVDP Calendar of Events


The Society of St. Vincent de Paul Conference at All Souls Catholic Church

is a Registered 501c3
Mailing Address:
301 West 8th Street
Sanford, FL 32771
Phone: 407.330.4400
E-mail: svdpallsouls@yahoo.com
Web: svdpallsouls.wordpress.com

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 We are now on facebook: Daily Vincentian news is now available on the Council’s facebook page. “Like” us at “Society of St. Vincent de Paul Orlando”

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Monday, August 18 at 7 pm – Membership Meeting

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SVDP Merchandise online: http://www.magnalite-usa.com/svdp09-1.html

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St. Vincent de Paul is now accepting vehicle donations. Used car donations may be turned into money to provide critical items such as food, shelter, housing, care for the elderly or medicine. Your tax-deductible donation is tied directly to our community. That means your car donation will help someone in the Sanford area. Call us at 407.330.4400 if you’d like to make a vehicle donation.

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The Society of St. Vincent de Paul Conference at All Souls Catholic Church is gearing up for its 7th Annual Friends of the Poor Walk scheduled for Saturday, September 27, 2014 along the RiverWalk in downtown Sanford:

You may register to Walk or sponsor a Walker at this link: http://www.svdpusa.net/fop/

Thanks to the following corporate sponsors for their participation and support:

Cartridge World, Firehouse Subs, Edward Jones of Sanford, Morningstar Mini Storage, John X. Cordoba DDA, Wayne Densch, Knight of Columbus Council 5357, The Nation Law Firm, Diamond Glass Co., Titan Builders Supply, Cipparone & Cipparone PA, Greene, Dycus & Co., PA Certified Public Accountant.

The Nation Law Firm

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Minutes of the July 21, 2014 SVDP Meeting

St Vincent de Paul Society of All Souls Church

July 21, 2014 Member Meeting Minutes

Knights of Columbus Hall 7:00 pm

Opening Prayer

In Attendance: Stephanie Fuoco,, Denise Lipscomb, Kathy Scoff, Judy Collum, Trace Trylko, Barbara Maiz, Mary Walker, Eleanor O’Brien, Anita Ambrogio, Dave Daly, Judy Wilhelm, , Doreen Owens, Nancy Barbanera, Pat Karakoosh

Board Members not in attendance: Ann Shea, Anne Merrill, Jeanette Guzman, Dennis Roman, Kevin McGuire
Spirtual Reading: Judy

Minutes from July 07 meeting approved as posted.

PRESIDENT’S REPORT:

Judy reminded us of the ADT incentive for SVDP with a purchase of a alarm system, the Amazon Smile incentive, the pilot program starting at Fairwinds for small loans and to sign up for CapWiz.
The 2nd session of Poverty in Action workshops coming soon. We have agreed to host a session in the near future.
Correspondence:

A thank you note was received from a previous client.
Case Report: July 5- July 13, 2014

317. Inkind food-$30
673. Rent-$350/Inkind food-$75
350. Utilities-$64
818. Utilities-$151/Inkind food-$100
1048. Inkind food-$75
1060. Inkind food-$25/Bus Pass-$16.20
1087. Furniture from Apopka-$110/Utilities-$137.36/Water- $131.86
1104. Meds-$134.45/Bus Pass-$4.05/Clothing-$25
1105. Furniture Delivery-$150
1106. Inkind food-$100
1107. Inkind food-$100
1108. Inkind food-$75
1109. Rent-$350
1110. Inkind food-$50
902. Inkind food-$30
Frozen Meat-$116.94
Bags of Care:
All Souls School-12 @$25= $300
Total Cash and Inkind-$2700.86

TREASURER’S REPORT:

Savings Account balance- $20,342.91
Checking Account balance- $11,500
COMMITTEE REPORT:

Please turn in your volunteer hours/mileage to Judy .
Scholarship Committee: Kathy Skoff reported they have a meeting at the White House July 24.
Young Vincentians: N/A
Wash Day-Next event August 20. Ellie, Anita, Kathy and Steve will work it.
SVDP Executive Director Report- Trace thanked everyone for attending the Quarterly Meeting, with All Souls having the most attendees!
Pantry- Barbara reported the shelves are looking good, with inventory back up to speed.
Bags of Care—5 bags still going out over the summer for All Souls School.
Voice of the Poor- N/A
Old Business:

Walk for the Poor sponsorship packets need to be distributed.
Ministry Fair- Mary signed up volunteers for all shifts. She also has her volunteers set for the Walk Table at Publix on SR 46, August 16.
New Business:

The next Thrift Store truck weekend has been cancelled for the July 19/20 weekend.
We discussed the cost of the National Meeting in Atlanta in September. Doreen made a motion for sponsor 3 attendees and cover their registration cost ($285.00). Nancy seconded the motion. Defeated.
Pat made a motion for a $500 grant per attendee (3) and Dave seconded the motion. All were in favor.
We discussed twinning with St Peter Claver for their prison ministry program. To be discussed further.
Anne previously advised that the coupon program for the military families overseas has been discontinued by Chase.
Judy asked for a committee of 3 people to review Resolution 19. Ellie, Kathy and Mary volunteered for the committee.

Closing Prayer. 8:30pm
Next meeting- Aug 04, 2014- Member meeting- Membership Aug 18, Case Managers Aug 11

Minutes of the July 7, 2014 SVDP Meeting

St Vincent DePaul Society of All Souls Church
Board Meeting July 07, 2014 7:00 pm ET
Knights of Columbus Hall

Attending: Anne Merrill, Ann Shea, Dave Daly, Mary Walker, Kathy Skoff, Judy Collum,, Barbara Maiz, DelPalazzo, Judy Wilhelm, Dennis Roman, Nancy Barbanera
Board members not present: Judy Wilhelm, Doreen Owens, Kevin McGuire, Jeanette Guzman
Minutes for June 16, 2014 meeting approved as posted with correction of the spelling of Kathy Skoff’s name.

Opening Prayer- Corrine
PRESIDENT’S REPORT:
We awarded our final and 5th scholarship to Alexandra Oretsky.
Congratulations to our 2014 Award Winners!
We discussed officers for the next year, beginning Oct 01, 2014.
We discussed the All Souls’ Ministry Fair on Aug 22/23. We also discussed the volunteer hours for our Walk fundraiser at Publix (Aug 16 ) and Walmart (Aug 23). Walmart will be 8a-3p and Publix will be 10a-3p. Mary will recruit volunteers. Anne moved that we begin our Walmart hours at 8a, Aug 23 and Corrine seconded the motion.
CORRESPONDENCE:
Thank you notes sent to CCW, The Nation’s Law Firm, Gator’s Dockside and Family Saviours.
CASE MANAGEMENT REPORT:
1084. Utility-$115.94/Inkind food-$50
1085. Rent-$839/Gas Voucher-$20/Inkind food-$100
1086. Bed/furniture-$120
1087. Bed/furniture-$260
1088. Lodging-$250/Inkind food-$80/Gas Voucher-$20
1089. Water-$148.12
1090. Utility-$101.59
1091. Gas Voucher-$20
817. Inkind food-$30
1025. Inkind food-$40
967. Inkind food-$30
1092. Inkind food-$60
1093. Lodging-$290
1094. Inkind food-$75/Utility-$126.66/Water-$147.79
1095. Utility-$150
1096. Rent-$200/Inkind food-$30
1097. Inkind food-$40/Clothing voucher-$20
1098. Lodging-$50/Personal Care-$20
603. Inkind food-$75
956. Personal care-$10
1076. Inkind food-$65/Rent-$300/Rent-$300 …?
1099. Inkind food-$80
1060. Inkind food-$20/Bus pass-$4.05
1073. Rent-$200
1052. Water-$77.97/Inkind food-$80
1100. Inkind food-$25
1101. Inkind food-$75/Utility-$324.13
1102. Utility=$178
1103. Utility-$361.12
Bags of Care:
All Souls – 12 bags=$300
June Wash Day-TBD
TREASURER’S REPORT:
Current Savings balance-$25,320.81
Current Checking balance-$11,669.91
COMMITTEE REPORTS:
1. Send your volunteer hours/miles to Judy.
2. Scholarship report- Anne reported that we awarded our 5th scholarhip to Alexandra Oretsky..
3. Young Vincentians- Corrine reported that some of the YV members and advisor may attend the National SVDP meeting in Atlanta in September.
4. Executive Report-N/A
5. Wash Day-Next event 7/16- Steve and Anita will work it. Nations Law firm donated quarters for that event.
6. Pantry- Barbara distributed a pantry donations spread sheet showcasing all donations and their source. Thank you, Barbara! Aug 16/17 will be the next Knight’s Food Drive for our pantry.
7. Bags of Care- Anne reported there are still bags being given out to All Souls families over the summer break.
8. Walk for the Poor- Kathy distributed more Walk packets to members for potential sponsorships.

OLD BUSINESS:
ATT/ Internet down in the White House.
NEW BUSINESS:
1. Quarterly meeting July 19 at St John Vianney (new venue). If you want to carpool, be at Publix on SR 436 that morning at 8:30am.
2. Thrift Store Truck scheduled for July 19/20 will be cancelled.
3. Need a committee of 3 or 4 people to review Resolution 119, all rules, etc, for compliance. To be discussed further at the Member Meeting.
4. Grace and Grits for Oct 15 – Trying to switch dates due to the Cipparones being out of town that week.
5. Anne reported that Chase is no long sponsoring the expired coupon program for the military overseas. She is collecting no more coupons.

Closing Prayer.
Next meeting- Case managers-July 14/Member Meeting-July 21.

Minutes of the June 2, 2014 SVDP Meeting

St Vincent DePaul Society of All Souls Church
Board June 02, 2014
Knights of Columbus Hall

Attending: Judy Wilhelm, Doreen Owens, Dave Daly, Ann Shea, Anne Merrill, Judy Collum, Kathy Skoff, Mary Walker, Kevin McGuire
Board Members Jeanette Guzman, Barbara Maiz Absent
Opening Prayer
PRESIDENT’S REPORT:
Judy discussed more details regarding the Fall Festival grant process, due on July 01.
Judy thanked all the participants who cleaned the storage unit and helped with the ice cream social event for the school.
CORRESPONDENCE:
Thank you cards/emails were sent to the following:
CCW- 22 food items with a value of $76.
Angie Bryant and Faith Formation- 8 items valued at $22.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Michels-check for $82.50
Knights of Columbus-100 bags valued at $3000.
Ms. Heneghan/All Souls students-92 items valued at $349.
Martha Halcrow and the Heathrow Women’s Club- 45 items valued at $115.
The minutes from May 19, 2014 approved as posted.
CASE MANAGEMENT REPORT:
163. Inkind food-$50/Water bill-$180.71
253. Utility-$149.25
317. Inkind food-$35
404. Inkind food-$25
483. Bus Passes-$8.10/Inkind food-$40
498. Inkind food-$50
518. Gas voucher-$20/Inkind food-$80/Utility-$119.24/Water-$101.34/Food-$80
577. Personal Care Items-$25
731. Water bill-$60.05
824. Utility-$298.00
836. Inkind food-$50
956. Personal Care items-$50
970. Inkind food-$50
1011. Inkind food-$50/Utility-$69.09/Personal care items-$10/Bus Passes-$4.05
1035. Medicine-$156.85
1044. Utility-$53.28
1048. Rent-$200/Inkind food-$100
1052. Inkind food-$50
1053. Inkind food-$60/Rent-$600
1056. Inkind food-$50
1057. Inkind food-$40
1065. Inkind food-$50/Inkind food-$50
1066. Inkind food-$50
1067. Gas Voucher-$20/Rent-$360/Personal Care Items-$30
1068. Inkind food-$50/Inkind food-$100/Inkind food-$40
1069. Furnishings-$580/Gas voucher-$20/Inkind food-$30
1070. Rent-$444
1071. Inkind food-$85/Water bill-$138
1072. Lodging-$263/Inkind food-$50
1073. Transportation-$86.92/Inkind food-$60
1074. Inkind food-$60
1075.Inkind food-$45
Scholarships-$4000
Bags of Care:
Pinecrest-$30 bags@20= $600
All Souls-32 bags@25=$800
Mission Trip for 3 students-$900
Totals-Cash-$8831.88 /inkind-$2880=Total-$11711.88

TREASURER’S REPORT:
Checking account balance-$14,632.31
Savings account balance-$25,320.81
COMMITTEE REPORTS:
Please turn in your volunteer hours/miles.
Scholarship –Anne reported the selection process went really well this year and she got the Award cake free. Our 5th award winner is still pending.
Executive Director’s Report-N/A
Wash Day- June 18 –next event. Mary will recruit volunteers.
Food Pantry- N/A
Bags of Care- Anne reported the last delivery before summer vacation will be June 02.
Voice of the Poor-N/A
Walk for the Poor- Kathy requested signage for our pre-walk fund raising at some local stores. Doreen made a motion that we purchase the signs. Kevin seconded the motion.
OLD BUSINESS:
Dave recently attended the Disaster Relief Responders Meeting in Apopka.
He reported there will be a training session July 11, from 8:30 am-11:30 am for 2nd level responders. Call 407-665-1012 to sign up.
We netted $493.22 on our Mother’s Day flower sale.
NEW BUSINESS:
Mass for the Poor will be June 21, 2014 with a a social to follow a the Mexican Restaurant downtown Sanford. Let Judy know if you are attending.
Closing Prayer.
Next Meeting-Membership= June 16, Case Managers-June 9

Minutes of the May 19, 2014 SVDP Meeting

St Vincent DePaul Society of All Souls Church
Member Meeting May 19, 2014
Knights of Columbus Hall

Attending: Mercedes Henry, Anne Merrill, Ann Shea, Dave Daly, Mary Walker, Trace Trylko, Kathy Skoff, Judy Collum, Anita Ambriogio, Barbara Maiz, Eleanor O’Brien, Pat Karakoosh, Kevin McGuire, Steve Robinson, Cindy Robinson, Will Olsen, Jeanette Guzman, Corrine DelPalazzo, Judy Wilhelm, Doreen Owens, Nancy Barbanera
Opening Prayer- Corrine
PRESIDENT’S REPORT:
We had our scholarship award presentation to our winners:
1. Morgan Ginn
2. Logan Saucer
3. Jennifer Moran
4. Kevin Kelly (accepted by his brother)
Congratulations to our 2014 Award Winners!
Cake and refreshments served.
Thank you to our Scholarship Committee for all of their hard work and thank you to our donors for this opportunity to reward those great students!
June 05, 2014-next board meeting.

Minutes of the May 5, 2014 SVDP Meeting

St Vincent DePaul Society of All Souls Church
Board Meeting 05 May 2014
Knights of Columbus Hall

Attending: Judy Wilhelm Mary Walker Ann Shea Judy Collum Doreen Owens
Jeanette Guzman Trace Trylko Kevin McGuire Nancy Barbanera Anne Merrill Barbara Maiz Corrine Del Palazzo Dennis Roman Dave Daly Kathy Skoff
Opening Prayer- Corrine/ Read Module 2.3
Discussed seeing movie: Heaven is For Real
The minutes from our previous meeting were approved as posted with the correction of the spelling of Kathy Skoff’s name.
PRESIDENT’S REPORT:
Judy passed out and explained the Harvest Festival Grant process form.
Judy advised we received a thank you from Lynn Hier for our donation for her sister’s medical care.

CASE REPORTS:
1063. Utility- $319.42/Inkind food-$40
1060. Lodging-$125
1048. Immigration Papers-$160
515. Inkind food-$50
1048. Bus Pass-$14.40
589. Inkind food-$60
957. Inkind food-$50
577. Gas Voucher-$20
Pantry Meat-$97.20

Food for Pantry -$98.33
Food-$10
Food-$75
Food-$100
Wash Day-(39)-$103
Medical Twinning-$1000
Total $1839.02 Cash $1185.00 Inkind food
Bags of Care:
All Souls School-16@$25= $400
Pinecrest School-20@$20=$400

TREASURER’S REPORT:
Current checking balance-$15,055.36
Savings balance-$25,320.81
Judy and Ann complied the quarterly report, distributed to board members and discussed.
Due to the need for more bus passes, more will be purchased.
COMMITTEE REPORTS:
Volunteer time sheets now due for April and any previous months you may have missed. J
Scholarship Committee- Anne reported the committee did 15 interviews and have narrowed down to 4 recipients. Anne requested funding for one additional scholarship. Corrine made a motion for the additional scholarship and Ann Shea seconded the motion. All in favor for the scholarship amount of $1000.
Scholarship award winners: Logan Saucer, Jennifer Moran, Kevin Kelly, Morgan Ginn
The award ceremony will be at our next meeting.
Pantry-Barbara advised the pantry is well stocked, thanks to the Knights Food Drive. We received 100 bags with a value of $3000 (1200 items).
Young Vincentians- Corrine thanked all who attended their last meeting of the school year.
Wash Day-May 28- Steve and Mary will work it.
Executive Director- Trace announced there will be a bus for anyone who would like to attend the Atlanta Conference in September for a fee of $100 per person. There is a program with ADT, promotion code A122178, that will provide a donation to SVDP with a purchase of a security system. Also advised there is a program with Amazon, at Smile.Amazon.com, for donations to SVDP for online sales.

OLD BUSINESS:
We have sponsorship packets available for our next Walk for the Poor fundraiser.
Kathy updated us on Walk for the Poor donation table dates at Walmart on 17-92(Aug 23) and Publix on SR46(Aug 16).
The Parish Appreciation Donuts and Coffee event went swimmingly well. Judy thanked all.
The May 3 Annunciation Meeting went well.
Knights of Columbus food drive, as mentioned above, netted 1200 food items with a value of $3000. There will be a spring cleaning of the storage unit on Saturday, May 17 at 8:30am. Come out and help if you can and bring a broom.
NEW BUSINESS:
Mother’s Day flower sale will be held on May 10/11. Let Mary know which shift you would like to work. We will put flowers together on May 9, 6:30pm, at the White House.
Judy announced the Ice Cream Social for All Souls School on May 22 at 1pm. Let Judy know if you can work it.
Closing Prayer.
Next meeting- 20 May 2014- Member Meeting/Scholarship Award ceremony, Case Management Meeting -12 May 2014.

Minutes of the April 21, 2014 SVDP Meeting

St Vincent de Paul Society of All Souls Church

April 21, 2014 Member Meeting Minutes

Knights of Columbus Hall

Opening Prayer

In Attendance: Mercedes Henry, Stephanie Fuoco, Corrine DelPalazzo, Denise Lipscomb, Kathy Scoff, Judy Collum, Trace Trylko, Barbara Maiz, Mary Walker, Steve Martin, Eleanor O’Brien, Anita Ambrogio, Stephen Robinson, Cindy Robinson, Dave Daly, Willard Olsen, Kevin McGuire, Judy Wilhelm, Ann Shea, Doreen Owens, Nancy Barbanera

Corrine opened with a spiritual reading.

Minutes from April 7 meeting approved as posted with the addition of the distribution of the Fidelity Grant as follows: Scholarships-$2000/Pantry -$500, Client services $6500, Wash Day-$500 and mattresses-$500, totaling $10,000. Doreen made a motion to approve the distribution, Corrine seconded the motion. All were in favor, approved.

PRESIDENT’S REPORT:

Judy welcomed our newest member: Stephanie Fuoco.
Judy reminded us of dates to remember: May 3-Hope in Action-Annunciation Church
Judy advised the date for our next Souper Supper is now October 24. Please mark your calendars.
May 17, at 8:30am, we will be cleaning out the storage units. All welcome to help.
Mary made a motion to donate $1000 towards the medical bills for Lynn Hyer’s sister, who was in an accident and has no insurance. Barbara seconded the motion. All were in favor.
Correspondence:

A thank you note was sent to Paul and Sherri Cipparone for their assistance with our last Grace and Grits event. Another thank you went out to CCW for their donation of 50 items, valued at $125. Judy sent a thank you note to Walmart for all of their donations to SVDP, and also to Todd’s Tomatoes.

Case Report:

226. Gas Voucher-$20/Inkind food-$25
317. Inkind food-$15
473. Inkind food-$40
481. Inkind food- $65
699. Utility-$199.73
710. Toiletries-$20
738. Inkind food-$25/clothing voucher-$25
901. Inkind food-$30
970. Inkind food-$50
991. Inkind food-$10
992. Bus Pass-$4.05
1013. Rent -$350/Toiletries-$56.43
1035. Medicine-$156.85
1046. Utility-$122.61/Inkind food-$25
1047. Rent -$250
1048. Bus Pass- $14.50/Inkind food-$100
1049. Lodging-$135/Inkind food-$50
1050. Inkind food-$50
1051. Inkind food-$70/Household-$50
1052. Utility-$71.18/Inkind food-$75
1053. Inkind food-$100
1054. Inkind food-$60
1055. Inkind food-$50
1056. Utility-$110.57/Gas Voucher-$20/Inkind food-$30/Inkind food-$60
1057. Clothing voucher-$30/Toiletries-$20
1059. Rent-$290/Inkind food-$40
1060. Rent-$125/Bus Pass-$8.10
1061. Gas Voucher-$20/Inkind food-$25
1062. Clothing Voucher-$30
Bags of Care:
All Souls School-16 @$25= $400
Pinecrest School-20@$20=$400
Meat for freezer- $105.33
Total Cash and Inkind-$4029.24
TREASURER’S REPORT:

Savings Account balance- $25, 320.81
Checking Account balance- $12, 729.92
COMMITTEE REPORT:
Please turn in your volunteer hours/mileage to Judy .
Scholarship Committee: Kathy Skoff reported they have received 32 applications, with 15 selected for interviews in the upcoming week.
Young Vincentians: Corrine reported the last YV meeting will be April 27 at 6pm and will be commissioning long term members. Everyone is invited.
Wash Day-We have added 4 new dates for 2014. Steve and Mary will be in charge of these events. Upcoming dates: May28, June 18, July 16, Aug 20, and Sep 17.
SVDP Executive Director Report- Trace thank everyone for attending the Quarterly Meeting and for the Prison Ministry bags. He recently had a meeting with Bishop Noonan. And watch for the upcoming microloan program, partnering with Annuciation and Fairwinds Credit Union. July 19 is the next quarterly meeting at St. Andrews. Trace is off to St. Louis next week.
Pantry- Barbara reported they are rotating foods by date. Everything is going well and looking forward to the next Knights of Columbus food drive on May 3 / 4.
Bags of Care—N/A
Voice of the Poor- N/A

OLD BUSINESS

We finalized plans for our Parish Appreciation Donuts and Coffee event after every Mass for April 26/27. Sign up with Mary to help.
Judy handed out sponsorship sign up sheets for the next Walk for the Poor. . Morningstar will be loaning us a truck for that date.
Knights of Columbus next food drive for our pantry is May 3 / 4. Bags are being handed out this weekend.
New Business:

Doreen has ordered flowers for the Mother’s Day flower sale. We will be putting them together May 09 at 6:30 pm at the White House. Come out and help if you can.

Closing Prayer.
Next meeting- May 05, 2014- Member meeting- May 19 –Case Managers Meeting May 12.

Minutes of the April 7, 2014 SVDP Board Meeting

St Vincent de Paul Society of All Souls Church

April 07, 2014 Board Meeting Minutes

Knights of Columbus Hall

Opening Prayer

In Attendance: Judy Wilhelm, , Kathy Skoff, , Barbara Maiz, Mary Walker, Dave Daly, Anne Merrill, Kevin McGuire Corrine DelPalazzo Pat Karakoosh Dennis Roman, Doreen Owens, Ann Shea, Jeanette Guzman, Nancy Barbanera

Corrine opened with a spiritual reading.

Minutes from March 17 Member meeting approved as posted.

PRESIDENT’S REPORT:

Judy reminded us of dates to remember: May 3-Hope in Action-Annunciation Church
Judy requested a Disaster Relief representative- Dave stepped up to the plate.
Judy led a discussion as to how we will allocate the $10,000 grant.
Anne requested small vases to display all of the artificial flowers we have.
Correspondence:

A thank you letter was sent out to Ms. Heneghan and the All Souls students for their monthly donation of 125 pantry items with a value of $230. Another thank you was sent out to Gladys Jean Michels for her donation of $30. Judy advised a thank you was sent to Walmart for all of their donations to our SVDP.
Judy and Doreen wrote thank you notes to all donors of $100 or more from 2013 and Ann helped.
Case Report:

317. Inkind food-$20
404. Inkind food-$15
436. Medicine-$2.55
441. Utility-$100.23
465. Utility-$110.73
472. Inkind food-$10/Utility-$124.55
483. Bus Passes-$9.10
671. Inkind food-$50/Gas Voucher-$20
694. Utility-$192
778. Inkind food-$40/rent-$250
843. Inkind food-$10
890. Inkind food-$40
967. Inkind food-$50
1025. Inkind food-$40
1036. Gas Voucher-$20
1037. Rent-$400
1038. Gas Voucher-$20
1039. Inkind food-$40
1040. Inkind food-$70/Rent-$200
1041. Inkind food-$125/rent- $300
695. Utility-$93.28
483. Bus Passes- $8.10/Inkind food-$30
876. Rent-$325/Inkind food-$30
1042. Lodging-$200/Inkind food-$25
1043. Rent-$320
1044. Furnishings-$50
1044. Bus Passes-$12.15
1045. Inkind food-$25
Personal care =$20
Gas Voucher- $20
Bags of Care:
All Souls School—24 bags-$600
Pinecrest School-30 bags-$600
Prison Ministry-6 bags-$150
Frozen Meat- $93.84
Cash-$2821.53 Inkind -$1990 Mar 09- Apr 08 Total- $4861.53

TREASURER’S REPORT:

Savings Account balance- $25, 305.07
Checking Account balance- $15,181.13
COMMITTEE REPORT:

Please turn in your volunteer hours/mileage to Judy .
Scholarship Committee: Anne reported the deadline for scholarship applications is fast approaching and they have only received 10 applications. The committee will be interviewing candidates Apr 22-25, making their decisions April 28 and sending out letters to the winners on May 01, 2014.
Young Vincentians: Corrine reported the last YV meeting will be April 27 at 6pm and will be commissioning long term members. Everyone is invited.
Wash Day- Last event March 26, 2014.
SVDP Executive Director Report- The SVDP quarterly meeting on April 05, 2014 was well attended and enjoyed by all, with many interesting speakers.
Pantry- Barbara reported they are rotating foods by date. Everything good to go for Grace and Grits on Wednesday.
Bags of Care- Anne reported all going well. The last day of school is May 28, 2014 and will find out if the program will be going through the summer months.
Voice of the Poor-

OLD BUSINESS

Grace and Grits will be this Wednesday, April 09, 2014. Come out and help if you can.
April 26 and 27 will be out Parish Appreciation Donuts and Coffee event after every Mass.
Sign up with Mary to help.

New Business:

The next Knights of Columbus food drive for our Pantry is May 03- 04, 2014.
Doreen has ordered flowers for the Mother’s Day flower sale.
Birthday shout outs to Mary and Doreen! And there was CAKE.

Closing Prayer.

Next meeting- April 21, 2014- Member meeting/Case Mgmt-April 14, 2014

Minutes of the March 17 SVDP Meeting

Member Meeting 17 March 2014
Knights of Columbus Hall

Attending: Tracy Trylko, Pat Hall, Davey Daly, Steve Robinson, Cindy Robison, Audrey Delio, Dominick Delio, Aileen Lane, Mary Walker, Richard Lugering, Anne Merrill, Dennis Roman, Judy Collum, Denise Lipscomb, Kahty Skoff, Jeanette Guzman, Corrine DelPalazzo, Maria Santiago, Mercedes Henry, Susan Giacoletto, Kevin McGuire, Al Vargas, Eleanor O’Brien, Doreen Owens, Judy Wilhelm, Ann Shea, Nancy Barbanera
Spiritual Reading by Corrine.
The minutes from our March 03 meeting were approved as posted.
PRESIDENT’S REPORT:
Judy welcomed Richard Lugering back and welcomed our friends from the Lady of Lakes SVDP.
Judy reminded of upcoming dates to remember: March 22 -5pm Mass for deceased Vincentians followed by our Social at Micky Finns at 6:30pm.
April 5 is our next quarterly meeting at All Souls. We will supply breakfast.
Judy’s term as president will be concluding October 1, 2014. Still looking the next president…
Correspondence:
We received a very nice thank you letter from SafeHouse.

CASE REPORTS:
317. Inkind food-$$93.84
1034. Rent- $35
1033. Beds- $317.98
1013. Rent-$150
976. Lodging-$330
1004. Medical-$200
483. Bus Passes-$8.10
1025. Inkind food-$35
1035. Inkind food-$75
Bags of Care:
All Souls-15 bags- $$375
Pinecrest- 20 bags- $400

TREASURER’S REPORT:
Savings balance-$15305.07
Checking balance-$11,488.83
Souper Supper net-$1133.29
We received a Walk donation from Edward Jones of $200, thanks to Dave Daly.
COMMITTEE REPORTS:
Volunteer time sheets now due .
Executive Director : Trace thanked everyone for coming out to the last SVDP Retreat on March 15, 2014. Good turnout, good meeting.
He also announced that we have received a grant from Fidelity in the amount of $10,000. Trace also announced that he would personally donate $1000 towards the scholardship fund and be a mentor to the recipient as well. Awesome, Trace!
Scholarship Committee: Anne advised they have received 3 applications so far, deadline being April 11. There will be a flyer in the bulletin at the end of the month to generate more applications.
Young Vincentians: Corrine advised the final meeting will be April 27. They held elections, will commission and recognize members at that meeting. All are welcome to attend.
Wash Day: Next event is March 26, 2014. Ellie, Steve and Anita will work it.
Pantry: Putting together bags for 2 weeks use for released prisoners.
OLD BUSINESS:
Walk for the Poor- Register online at www. SVDPUSA.org. Kathy advised they are trying to get the ok to set up tables for donations at Publix and Walmart around August 16.
NEW BUSINESS:
Mark your calendar for April 5 Quarterly Meeting at All Souls. Set up will be 7:30am in the Social Hall.
Next Grace and Grits is April 09, 2014. Come out and help if you can.
April 27 is our Parish Appreciation event with coffee and donuts at the 8:30a/10a and 11:30 am Masses.
All Souls Fish Fry is March 28. Judy recruited volunteers to help Knights/CCW.
Knights of Columbus food drive- May ¾.
Closing Prayer.

Next meeting- 07April 2014- Board Meeting/ Case Managers -14 April/Membership April 21.

Minutes of the February 17 SVDP Meeting

St Vincent de Paul Society of All Souls Church

February 17, 2014 Member Meeting Minutes

Knights of Columbus Hall

Opening Prayer

In Attendance: Judy Wilhelm, Nancy Barbanera, , Kathy Skoff, Judy Collum, , Barbara Maiz, Mary Walker, Dave Daly, Anne Merrill, Kevin McGuire Corrine DelPalazzo Denise Lipscomb Suzanne Kelly Pat Karakoosh Anita Ambrogio Eleanor O’Brien Steve Robinson Cindy Robinson Willard Olsen Mercedes Henry Dennis Roman Al Vargas

Corrine opened with a spiritual reading about St Jerome.

Minutes from January 20 2014 approved as posted with the correction of the donation for Bags of Care is from Mercedes Henry, not Mary Kay.and the donation from the Spanish Prayer Group was $715. .

PRESIDENT’S REPORT:

Upcoming dates to remember:
March 01- Ozanam Orientation at St. James, Orlando.
March 15-Spiritual Retreat at Holy Family, Orlando
March 22- Ozanam Orientations at St. Mary of the Lakes, Eustis.
April 05- Quarterly meeting at All Souls.
Judy announced that Susan Loso has resigned from the Board and as a Young Vincentian Leader. Judy went to their last meeting on Feb 16 and asked for leaders. Would like a decision by April. She suggested they only meet once a month and scale their activities back.
Judy discussed a request for help from the Fish Fry committee. Judy recruited help from our members for both shifts. Judy also discussed a request from Al Vargas to help with a Latino Festival on September 20. Because it is one week prior to our Walk for the Poor, we declined that request.
Our Walk for the Poor will be on September 27, due to it being the only available date.
Correspondence:

Case Report:

180. Inkind food- $35
317. Inkind food-$20
404. Inkind food-$40/Rent -$125
451. Inkind food-$60
466. Inkind food-$65
589. Inkind food-$75
628. Rent-$363
778. Inkind food= $35
803. Rent- $350
908. Inkind food-$75
926. Inkind food-$60
933. Inkind food-$30
985. Inkind food-$35
1019. Inkind food-$50
1020. Gas Voucher- $20
1021. Inkind food-$75
1022. Utility-$75.53/Inkind food-$45
1023. Inkind food-$45/Rent- $300
937. Inkind food-$70/Gas Voucher- $20
1024. Personal Care items-$8/Bus Pass-$14.40
661. Inkind food-$125
1014. Inkind food-$85

1000. Inkind food-$60/Utility- $104.02
1013. Rent- $200/Education Expense-$150
1025. Inkind food-$30/Rent- $480/Medications- $175.86/Phone card- $15/Clothing voucher- $75
1026. Rent -$450/Inkind food-$100
634. Rent-$350/Inkind food-$100
317. Inkind food-$30
952. Inkind food-$50
483. Inkind food-$70
925. Inkind food-$25
592. Inkind food-$30
956. Clothing Voucher-$75
Bags of Care:
Pinecrest – (60)-$1200
All Souls –(46)- $1150
Bags for Homeless-(20)-$700
Frozen Meat for Pantry- $98.14
TREASURER’S REPORT:

N/A due to the absence of Ann.
COMMITTEE REPORT:

Please turn in your volunteer hours/mileage to Judy .
Scholarship Committee: Anne reported the plans are under way for our 3rd Annual Scholarship Awards. Kathy Skoff is the chairperson this year, along with Anne Merrill, Cindy Robinson and Kevin McGuire. There will be 3 scholarships being awarded this year. Kathy has sent out packets /applications to all of the schools. The deadline is April 11, 2013. It is also on All Souls website. Inserts are also going into the bulletin.
Young Vincentians: Same as reported under President’s report above.
Wash Day- Next event March 26, 2015.The last event helped 35 people.
SVDP Executive Director Report- The 1st Anniversary event at the Longwood Thrift Store was a nice event.
Pantry- Barbara reported that they have designated food bins for our next Grace and Grits event. They have copies of the Souper Supper Cookbook for the amazing low price of $5, with the latest recipes. Barbara and Judy met with the Pinecrest Pantry coordinator. They receive food for 125 orders weekly for their students. We provide 10 generous bags. Barbara wrote to Publix corporate and they sent her a $50 gift certificate to purchase more bags. She was able to buy 56 new bags.
Voice of the Poor- Suzanne reported that Catholic Days at the Capitol will be held March 25-March 27, 2014. Let her know if you wish to attend. Sign up for CapWiz email for any recent legislation regarding the poor.

OLD BUSINESS:

March 01, 2014 is our next Souper Supper with a Mardi Gras theme. Set up begins at 1pm and bring soups in, ready to work, at between 5pm-5:30p. Dinner begins at 6pm
New Business:

Spiritual retreat at Holy Family on March 15.
SVDP Social March 22 after 5pm Mass for deceased Vincentians. Mickey Finns at 6:30pm,

All Souls School Ice Cream Social is May 22 at 1pm as a thank you to the school. Come out and help if you can.
Closing Prayer.

Next meeting-
Board March 3, Case Managers March 10, Members March 17.

Minutes of the January 20 SVDP Membership Meeting

St Vincent de Paul Society of All Souls Church

January 20, 2014 Board Meeting Minutes

Knights of Columbus Hall

Opening Prayer

In Attendance: Judy Wilhelm, Doreen Owens, Ann Shea, Nancy Barbanera, , Kathy Skoff, Judy Collum, , Barbara Maiz, Susan Loso, Mary Walker, Dave Daly, Jeanette Guzman, Anne Merrill, Kevin McGuire Corrine DelPalazzo Denise Lipscomb Suzanne Kelly Avonne Segbers Pat Karakoosh Anita Ambrogio Steve Martin Eleanor O’Brien Trace Trylko Pat Hall Steve Robinson Cindy Robison Willard Olsen Susan Giacoletto Mercedes Henry

Minutes from January 06 2014 approved as posted.

Corrine opened with a spiritual story about St. Cecilia.
PRESIDENT’S REPORT:

We welcomed Rob Henry, our new President of Diocesan Council.
Upcoming dates to remember:
February 22- Ozaman Orientation at St. James, Orlando.
March 15-Spiritual Retreat at Holy Family, Orlando
March 22- Ozaman Orientations at St. Mary of the Lakes, Eustis.
April 05- Quarterly meeting at All Souls.
Susan G reported on the recent Diocesan Quarterly Meeting.
Judy requested help stuffing Church bulletins during the week of February 18 for our next Souper Supper, which is coming up on March 01, 2014.
Cindy reported on the giving program at Pinecrest.

Correspondence:

Case Report:

120. Inkind food-$55
317. Inkind food-$25/Bus Pass-$$12.15
603. Inkind food-$45
623. Inkind food-$100
884. Inkind food-$40
901. Inkind food=$60
933. Bus Pass- $12.15/Inkind food-$12
968. Personal Care Items-$45/Clothing Voucher-$30/Gas Voucher-$20
986, Bus Pass-$14.40
1007. Personal Care Items-$20/Utility-$116.90
1008. Lodging-$190/Inkind food-$105
1009. Gas Voucher-$25/Inkind food-$40
1010. Bus Pass-$8.10/Clothing Voucher-$25
1011. Inkind food-$55/Utility-$46
1012. Gas Voucher-$20/Inkind Food-$100/Clothing Voucher-$50/Lodging-$350
1013. Rent-$200
1014. Utility-$257.19/Inkind food-$75
1015. Bus Pass-$4.05/Inkind food-$25/Clothing Voucher-$25
1016. Rent-$300/Inkind food-$100
1017. Utility-$115.41
1018. Furniture Voucher-$530
1019. Utility-$60.54

BAGS OF CARE: n/a
TREASURER’S REPORT:

Savings account balance-$15,305.07
Checking balance-$17,889.84
Case Workers have $1000 per week
COMMITTEE REPORT:

Please turn in your volunteer hours/mileage to Judy .
Scholarship Committee: Anne reported the plans are under way for our 3rd Annual Scholarship Awards. Cathy Skoff is the chairperson this year, along with Anne Merrill, Cindy Robinson and Kevin McGuire. There will be 3 scholarships being awarded this year.
Young Vincentians: Susan reported their next meeting is January 19, 2014. They are planning a possible Pre SuperBowl Party at the Rescue Outreach, featuring their abundance of mini footballs. They will be judging and crowing the King and Queen of our next Souper Supper. They will be doing service hours at Harvest Time Intl. Lastly, they will be working the Ice Cream Social during the Mission in February. Doreen made a motion to supply the ice cream for the Mission and Susan G seconded the motion.
Wash Day- Next event January 22, 2014. Steve and Ellie will work it.
SVDP Executive Director Report- Trace reported all of the upcoming events previously mentioned under the President’s Report. He said that Men’s WearHouse donated thousands of dollars of dress clothes to the Apopka Thrift Store. There will be a one year anniversary event at the Longwood Thrift Store on January 30, from 6p-8pm.
Pantry- Barbara reported that the Knights of Columbus recent food drive netted 1700 pieces of food for the pantry, a value of approximately $5000. They will be talking to St. Andrew’s Church about twinning with them. Mercedes reported the Mary Kay has donated $189 towards the Bags of Care Program.
Voice of the Poor- Suzanne reported that Catholic Days at the Capitol will be held March 25-March 27, 2014. Let her know if you wish to attend. Sign up for CapWiz email for any recent legislation regarding the poor.

OLD BUSINESS:

Doreen gave final report on this year’s Angel Tree event. Gift cards donated total $1105.00. Boy gifts total-$1028.00. Girl gifts-$1232.00. Spanish Prayer Group donated $188.00 and other donations -$696.00. Total intake =$4249.00 plus a $2000 donation for 6 families at All Souls. Doreen also said there were $200 in toys donated to Grace and Grits and $40 in toys donated to Landmark Preschool. There were also $100 worth of gift cards for turkeys for Christmas. We helped 57 families with a total of 119 children receiving 3 gifts each. AWESOME JOB Doreen!!! Thanks to all who helped with this event.
Kevin reported on the recent Grace and Grits event with 150 people being fed. Thank you to all who came out and helped.
New Business:

The Thrift Store truck is coming to All Souls on January 25/26. Please sign up to help.
Closing Prayer.

Next meeting-Member meeting –03 February, 2014-Board/Case Managers -10 February, 2014.

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