The homeless, the hungry, the sick, and the needy are in dire need of assistance, and the Society of St. Vincent de Paul strives to help provide for their needs and to enable them to care for themselves. From helping a stranded person get home, to feeding the hungry, to stabilizing a family in crisis, the Society works to alleviate the suffering of those in need. In times of crisis, the Society's volunteers work tirelessly to help families and individuals regain stability while upholding their dignity.
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul also strives to serve as a conduit and mechanism by which members of the Society, known as Vincentians, along with the non-member volunteers of all faiths, can come together in areas of service such as the Society's food pantries and thrift stores. Our member and non-member volunteers are drawn together from diverse cultures and faiths who understand the needs of all people regardless of race, creed, or economic status.
By coming together to fulfill the needs of the hungry, the poor, and the needy, our objectives are realized through the generosity of others in their gifts of time, talent, and treasure.