In Giving,
We Receive.

What do we do?

At St. Vincent de Paul, we offer assistance to over 74,000 indiviuals in South Bend who need our help each year. We offer food, clothing, and furntiture, and emergency financial assistance.

Memebers of the Society (or “Vincentian") are men and women who strive to grow spiritually by offering person-to-person service to indiviuals in need. We believe that our blessings (time, talent, or treasure) are to be shared with our brothers and sisters who need our help.

Meet Our Families

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

Read how St. Vincents entered her life. 
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Ardmore Location Closing

Thank you!

The St. Vincent de Paul Society would like to express a special thank you to those who supported our recent Christmas program in a special way.  All of the following offered needed and greatly appreciated support by conducting food drives to benefit St. Vincent de Paul.
  • St. Joseph County
  • Marian High School
  • Marshall Intermediate Center
  • Monroe Primary Center
  • Memorial Regional Cancer Center
  • St. Anthony de Padua School
  • ND Graduate Students
  • East Bank Learning Center
  • Greene Intermediate Center
  • ATT Retired Workers
  • Greater South Bend/Mishawaka Association of Realtors
  • Chippewa Bowling Alley
  • Trinity School
  • ND Women's Basketball
  • Clay High School
  • Warren Primary Center
  • Our Lady of Hungary School

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

A day in the life at Saint Vincent de Paul

"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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