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Assistance Helpline

425-355-3504

M-F 10:00am-4:00pm

Our helpline is answered by volunteers, who will enter people into our secure network referral system and refer them to volunteers in their local area, the volunteer will then make contact with the client to set up a home visit to meet and assess how St. Vincent de Paul may assist.

Project PRIDE

St. Vincent de Paul North Sound Council distributes donations made through Snohomish County PUD Project PRIDE (Providing Relief for Individuals Dependent on Energy) to qualified individuals. This is a one-time grant for families or individuals whose income is less than 150% of the federal poverty guidelines, and who have a disconnection notice. For assistance please call our assistance line 425-355-3504, or email PUDprojectpride@hotmail.com.

For more information on Snohomish Project PRIDE, or to donate to this program please visit:

https://www.snopud.com/account/ProPRIDE.ashx?p=2474

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What is Project PRIDE?

Project PRIDE (Providing Relief for Individuals Dependent on Energy) was established in 1982 and has paid out over $3 million to help local people in need. The program is primarily funded by contributions from PUD customers.

Who qualifies for assistance?

Families or individuals whose income is less than 150% of the federal poverty guidelines. Recipients must have a notice of disconnection of service.

Below are forms to download, complete, and email back to PUDProjectPride@hotmail.com or they can come to our office M-F from 10a-3pm.

Download Project Pride Checklist

Download Project Pride Application

Download Declaration of No Income Form

Call St. Vincent de Paul at 425-374-1243 to see if you qualify.

Children's Bed Program

St. Vincent de Paul North Sound Council provides free new beds to children under 18 years old to those who qualify. Parents may call our helpline to request a bed, or any of our volunteers may offer beds during their home visit if they see a need.

This program was established in 2004 by the request of volunteers who witnessed too many children sleeping on the floor. Many parents have recently secured housing and needed furniture for the whole apartment, especially beds for their children. One was a mother who had been “couch surfing” with her three children until she received an apartment, her children were sleeping on the floor for months when she called for assistance, with our grant funding we provided beds along with sheets and comforters for her kids. Our goal is to be able to fulfill every request from our volunteers when they witness a child sleeping on anything but a mattress.

This program is supported through grants and individual donations. Please donate if you would like to help provide a new bed for a child:

https://svdpwa.networkforgood.com/projects/76304-children-s-bed-program