What do we do?

The St. Vincent de Paul Society provides hope to neighbors in need in St. Joseph and Elkhart Counties by distributing assistance in the form of food, clothing, furniture, and rent/utility aid.  

Meet Our Families

Unexpected illness caused Carol Washington to lose her job but St. Vincents helped her.

Read how St. Vincents entered her life. 
Check out the St. Vincent de Paul
national website.

Click here!

Vinnie's on Bendix is Open

​The Thrift Store and the Processing Center have moved to the northwest corner of the intersection of Bendix and Voorde Drives. 
The new Thrift Store, Vinnie's on Bendix, is now open for business. Items can also be dropped off at this location. 

Eric's Promise 2015

Eric’s Promise for 2015 Kicks off on Wednesday, February 18th and continues through Saturday, April 18th.  This event fulfills the promise Eric Henry made “to be more giving” through the donation of clothing, household items and furniture to those in need. 

f you want more information about this program, want to find out how you can donate your gently used items, want to host a stuff-a-truck or want to arrange for boxes to be dropped off to your place of business or school, please contact Angela at Angela.Leo@sbdpsb.org.

See/Listen to a short interview with Eric's mother.

A Mini-Retreat for current and prospective members
of the St. Vincent de Paul Society
Saturday morning, March 7, 2015 St. Augustine Church, South Bend.
For more informtation, click here.
To register now, click here!

Hours for walk-in food and clothing assistance at St. Vincent de Paul 520 Crescent Avenue are:

Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Dates and times for furniture assistance signup are:

1st Wednesday of each month
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
520 Crescent Ave

"Getting Ahead" Classes

St. Vincent de Paul Center launches new Getting Ahead program in partnership with Bridges Out of Poverty of St. Joseph County.

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