Saint Vincent’s Day Home is a lifeline for struggling East Bay parents

For the past 111 years, Saint Vincent’s has been serving Alameda County parents who can’t afford the exorbitant cost of private childcare

Sherie Williams stepped up and adopted her sister’s children, nephew Shawn Jones ,3, and his two sisters, when her sister could no longer care for them. Williams turned to Saint Vincent’s Day Home for help. The West Oakland daycare, preschool and kindergarten offers affordable care and education for low-income children while their parents work or search for jobs. (Aric Crabb/Bay Area News Group)

By MARISA KENDALL | Bay Area News Group

How to Help

Donations will allow Saint Vincent’s to give the families of 200 children a $50 gift card, to augment donated toys and books, to help families buy winter clothes, food, or other necessities during the holidays.

Goal: $10,000

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