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St. Vincent,

patron saint of charitable organizations.
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Setting St Vincent's Hospice as your chosen charity is a simple process.
She added that her stepmother had left St Vincent two days before Mr Garner to return to Norway to look after her young children.
St Vincent's also revealed the group's Director of Finance Cormac Maloney earns [euro]140,876, which includes a private top-up of [euro]32,544.
Sophie Saunders, Community Fundraiser at St Vincent's, added: "The changes will provide the children with a fun and exciting new place to hang out with friends.
St Vincent should lose - though after Greece's heroics don't bank on it - but the two missionaries firmly believe they can claim second place in a group which includes the unfancied neighbouring islands of Trinidad and St Kitts.
Every time a Co-op member buys any Co-op product or service, St Vincent's receives a donation."
St Vincent's is run by the St Vincent de Paul Society, a Christian charity that helps people in need regardless of their background, beliefs or circumstances.
The statement said: "St Vincent's notes with grave concern ongoing media reports of a Garda investigation in respect of allegations made against a member of the club.
The Totally Tropical Tea Party was organised by Holmfirth Fair Traders Co-operatives to raise money for the people of St Vincent, in the Caribbean, who lost their homes and farms during Hurricane Tomas in October.
"untouched and unspoilt" says the publicity ( but how long will St Vincent and the Grenadines in the Caribbean stay that way?
Well, if St Vincent qualify for the World Cup Finals they will have to do a remake - starring Adie Shaw, Terry Dolan and a squad of happy-go-lucky West Indian footballers.