ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY


St. Vincent de Paul Society

For over 150 years, this organization of Catholic lay men and women has lived the Christian calling to feed the hungry, clothe the naked, and give shelter to the poor. In the United States alone, some 12 million persons are helped annually by Vincentians.

Ordinary people in parishes around the world find ways of helping the less fortunate while maintaining the confidentiality and dignity of those whom they help. Tangible assistance to people in need is provided in a variety of ways, limited only by our community resources. Some examples of service include:

  • Food Pantries / Programs
  • Emergency Financial Aid
  • Counseling
  • Rent / Mortgage Assistance
  • Social Justice Programs
  • Youth Programs
  • Thrift Stores
  • Employment Services
  • Prison Ministry / Re-Entry Programs
  • Disaster Relief
  • Family Shelter
Volunteers are needed. Please call Art Clemente at 609-420-5560 or Peggy Kirby at 856-678-4130 for more information.

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