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Helping Neighbors Starts at Home


Helping Neighbors Starts at Home

Inspired by Gospel values, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul is an international Catholic lay organization dedicated to providing person-to-person service to all in need right here at home. 

Donate for a Neighbor

Donate clothing or household goods to one of our Thrift Stores, your vehicle for a tax deduction, or make a monetary gift. Your gift can make a difference right here at home.

Shop for a Neighbor

Shop at one of our five store locations. Your purchases help those in need right here at home.

Volunteer to help a Neighbor

Become a Vincentian volunteer! Help those in need, and "see the face of Christ" in all you meet. You can make a difference right here a home.

Get Help

To request help, find your local conference (chapter) here. You can call United Way by dialing 2-1-1, or click here. Learn more about what we do at the Society of St. Vincent de Paul.


Your time and talent can make a tanglible difference for your neighbors in need. Learn more about volunteering at a parish conference or at a thrift store. Current thrift store volunteers, click here to sign in. 


Your support helps the Society of St. Vincent de Paul – Archdiocesan Council of St. Louis continue our mission of serving the poor in a spirit of justice and charity. Help us help our neighbors. Give today

Meet Ramona… 

Ramona is graciously allowing us to share her story in our summer appeal letter. She is a grandmother raising her four granddaughters, after her son was shot in a case of mistaken identity, and her daughter died in a surgery.

When her car broke down, she reached out to the Vincentians at Queen of All Saints in South County. They helped her pay for a used Kia that helps her keep the girls’ lives as normal as they can be, even though there is nothing normal about what happened to the young girls and the tremendous commitment their grandmother is making to them.

After the photo shoot, we started to walk away and Ramona stopped us. She said every time she and the Vincentians saw each other, they prayed together. And she said this photo shoot should be no different.