Providing Help & Hope to Neighbors in Need
REMINDER: When paying funds to a corporation (like PECO or a large real estate company like Gross & Quade), they already have a system in place to acknowledge every payment received as income. With private individuals (those who serve as landlords, mechanics or other service providers) that understanding is not a given as far as the IRS is concerned.
It’s important to have a W-9 from each of those persons who receive funds from SVDP because the IRS will be checking their tax returns for the proper acknowledgment of income. The forms should be on file with the Conference by the end of the fiscal year, Sept 30.
All Annual Reports are submitted to your District President or entered electronically by October 30th. Every conference who completes a Special Work must enter a Special Works form. Every Conference with a Food Pantry MUST submit a Special Works form or your pantry may NOT be covered by insurance.
Family Home Visit Prayer Card
Resources and Links
- Philadelphia Office of Community Empowerment & Opportunity (Help with hotlines, mutual aid, immigrants, mental health, domestic violence counseling, public benefits, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and PA Association of Nonprofit Organizations and Business Support)
- 24 Hour National Suicide Prevention Lifeline – 1-800-273-8255
- Lower Bucks County – 215-335-6000
- Central Bucks County – 215-340-1998
- Upper Bucks County – 215-536-0911
- Mainline & Delaware County – 610-649-5250
- Philadelphia – 215-547-1889
- Montgomery County, Norristown – 610-279-6100
- Victim Services Center – 888-521-0983
- 2-1-1 SEPTA/United Way for resources in Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey
- PA Department of Labor & Industry, Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation Services
- TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families)
- PECO Customer Assistance
- Talen Energy Customer Assistance
- Fair Housing Rights
- PA Career Link
- National SVdP
- National SVdP USA Car Donation Program