Volunteers Make a Difference!!!
Thank you St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church of Daylight for the donations for the Thrift Store!
What a great way to finish up National Volunteer Week. Thank you Donal Gogarty, Tom Barker & Mike Wooten.
National Volunteer Week, brought to you by Points of Light, is about inspiring, recognizing and encouraging people to seek out imaginative ways to engage in their communities. We are grateful for those who choose to volunteer their time for the Society of St. Vincent de Paul!
To learn more about how to get involved as a volunteer, please visit the various services on our site to see what would be a good fit for you!
THANK YOU to ALL of our volunteers!
You ARE MAKING A DIFFERENCE!!!
Our oldest SVdP Food Pantry volunteer – Marc Sebastian, age 94 – has decided to retire after 20 years of service.
Marc began working at the SVdP Elliott Street food pantry in 1990 and then took off six years (2000-2006) to care for his wife during her illness. After her death, Marc came back and worked another 10 years at our current location.
“I worked with some good people; it was important that I kept in contact with people.” – Marc
Marc kept up on things going on in the world and in our local community and enjoyed conversation on these matters. Thank you, Marc, for your good and faithful service here – and for your caring presence.
We will miss you!
Do you need help?
Contact our Coordinator’s Office @ 812.425.3485.
Our staff is trained to assist you and help coordinate a plan to get you the help you need.