Get Involved & Give Your Time

St. Vincent de Paul can serve neighbors in need primarily because of the voluntary effort of hundreds of caring persons in our community. With support from a small core staff, volunteers provide the basic-needs aid we offer through a range of programs that assist people struggling with poverty.

how-svdp-members-do-home-visitConsider Becoming a St. Vincent de Paul Member

Although many of our volunteers help us serve people in need without joining our Society, a core group of several hundred people do serve as local members of the global Society of St. Vincent de Paul. These members join together to grow spiritually by providing person-to-person service to our neighbors in need. All services that our members and other volunteers provide through the Society are offered without regard to the religious beliefs, race or gender of those we assist.

Each year through parish-based member groups, these Vincentians − Catholics and non-Catholics − conduct hundreds of home visits with people who seek the Society’s assistance. Members also volunteer at our food pantry and in our other programs of service, and they work on special charity projects in their parishes and neighborhoods.

If you are interested in joining with others to help our neighbors in need as a St. Vincent de Paul member, please contact us today!

Volunteering at the Food Pantry & Thrift Store

There are ongoing opportunities to volunteer at our Food Pantry & Thrift Store.  Whether you want t make a weekly commitment or want an opportunity here and there to spend some hours giving your time, we will work with you.  Groups looking for volunteer activities are also welcome to contact us to learn more about how to get involved with our organization.

Contact us today to learn more about the wide variety of volunteer opportunities with the Society of St. Vincent de Paul.

You can also complete our Volunteer Now form to help us learn more about you and to get the process started!