Thank you to Walk Corporate Sponsors

St Vincent de Paul Society of Sterling/Rock Falls would like to thank the corporate donors who helped make our 2018 Neighbors Helping Neighbors Walk a success this year.
Platinum: Arthur’s Garden, Sterling Commercial Roofing.
Gold: Johnson Oil, Kiwanis Club of Sterling, CGH Medical Center, Peter Harkness, Dennis Electric, Kunes Foundation.
Silver: Newman High School, Sterling Federal Bank, Gateway Credit Union, Tatum Inc, Skoog Landscaping, Engel Electric.
Bronze: Rock Falls American Legion, Knights of Columbus #662, Willy’s Restaurant, Community State Bank, McCue Accounting, Dieterle Decorating, USHA Inc, Walmart Distribution Center, Select Employees Credit Union, Foster Coach.
Foot Print: Sterling Wire Products, Mike Sprague-State Farm Insurance, Poolside Pools and Spas, Quality Stripe, Levee Enterprises.
We also would like to thank all the local businesses that helped advertise the walk.

Gospel Fest!

Mike and Sharon Knolhoff attended Gospel Fest on August 18 at Grandon Civic Center in Sterling. They had a great day letting folks know about our mission at St. Vincent.

Are you willing to help?

Are you willing to help those in need? One easy way to help those living in poverty is by supporting the Annual Friends of the Poor® Walk held by the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. Held on Saturday, September 29, this event raises funds and awareness for those living in need. All proceeds from this event will go to helping people right here in Sterling and Rock Falls.

Sign Up to Walk to Help Your Neighbors

Have you signed up for the Annual Friends of the Poor® Walk on Saturday, September 29? All money raised stays local for the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. The money you raise helps provide direct service to those in need locally. To register as a walker, or get additional information, please check out our event page!

Thank you volunteers!

Helpers do a lot of heavy lifting to assist at SVDP Pantry. Helpers on Monday and Thursday volunteer to transport and put away food from the food bank. From left: Al Tschosik, Dave Pletch, Michael Terveer, Carl Rauenbuehler, and Sam Brune