Partners

With the help of these steadfast organizations, Saint Vincent’s Day Home is able to continue our important work for the children of low-income families throughout the East Bay. Our dedicated partners ensure that as long as there is a Saint Vincent’s, there will always be a place for a child to call home.

The Chevron Corporation has been a generous supporter of Saint Vincent’s Day Home since 1995. In 2005, Chevron fully funded our Family Learning Program for its first year of operation. Over the years, Chevron employees have also donated their time to volunteer at the Day Home through the “Week of Caring.” We are pleased to have Chevron as the presenting sponsor of the Saint Vincent’s Day Home Centennial Gala on October 15, 2011.

For over 30 years, funding from the California Department of Education has ensured that we are able care for the neediest children and families.

The Sisters of the Holy Family founded the Saint Vincent’s in 1911, and turned over stewardship to our Board of Directors in 1992. They have been actively supporting the Day Home ever since. Their continued involvement allows us to fulfill the Sisters’ mission to help the “poorest of the poor.”

Bernard E. & Alba Witkin Charitable Foundation has been a supporter since 1999.

Saint Vincent’s has entrusted its banking needs to City National Bank since 1998. Beginning that same year, City National Bank has been a generous sponsor of the Day Home’s Annual Children’s Choice Awards Dinner.

Barrios Trust joined our family of supporters in 2012.

Clif Bar & Company joined our family of supporters in 2012.

S.H. Cowell Foundation has been a supporter since 1977.

Edward J. Daly Foundation has been a supporter since 1997.

Crescent Porter Hale Foundation has been a supporter since 1992.

The Robert & Helen Odell Fund has been a supporter since 1982.

Morris Stulsaft Foundation has been a supporter since 1972.