Rebecca Campany has been named Director of Communications for St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore.  Rebecca will lead marketing and communications at SVDP, which has been a leader in helping people overcome poverty for over 150 years, as it pushes to expand its community impact even further.

Rebecca is a D.C. native and joins SVDP most recently from The Brookings Institution, where she was the Director of Online Communications.  Rebecca is active in her neighborhood in West Baltimore where she serves on the leadership team of the Edmondson Village Farmers Market.

Head Start Celebrates

7/22/2019

Our Head Start preschool programs celebrated the end of the 2018-2019 school year with moving up ceremonies and celebrations.  Hundreds of children and their families came together at our Head Start sites throughout Baltimore City ...

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Thank you to everyone who helped make Empty Bowls 2019 souper fantastic

3/26/2019

On Saturday, March 23, the Maryland State Fairground Exhibition Hall filled with 1,500 generous soup enthusiasts, volunteers, and sponsors for our 13th annual Empty Bowls event. It's Baltimore’s annual souper fantastic soup ...

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10 reasons to enroll yourchild in Head Start

10 Reasons to Enroll Your Child in Head Start Preschool

12/29/2018

Head Start is a pre-kindergarten program first launched by the United States government in 1965. The program was designed to aid working-class children in specific areas of their development, including education, nutrition and health services ...

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Marcus Scott, Caseworker at Beans & Bread

Marcus Scott, Caseworker at Beans & Bread

Filling his grandmother’s shoes; how a homeless services caseworker was inspired to help others

12/24/2018

Marcus Scott is a caseworker at Beans & Bread, our day shelter in Fells Point. A Baltimore native, Marcus grew up in the Walbrook neighborhood where his family has resided for generations. He describes a childhood ...

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Homeless - and then Finding a Home Again

11/21/2018

Meet Sheila, a former client who worked with a case worker at our Beans & Bread center and built a new life.

She says she never knew privileges, growing up in Baltimore’s Belvedere neighborhood. Her ...

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