St. Vincent De Paul
I was hungry and you gave me food,
I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink,
I was a stranger and you welcomed me,
I was naked and you gave me clothing,
I was sick and you took care of me,
I was in prison and you visited me.
- Matthew 25
The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul is dedicated to helping those less fortunate. With essential care and guidance, struggling families and individuals can build self-confidence and positive opportunities.
The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul helps people replace a sense of despair with a sense of dignity.
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is an international organization dedicated to the mandate of service to those in material and spiritual need. The society helps anyone in need regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, age or gender. Most often, food, clothing, and household needs are provided. Other programs include summer camp for children in need and jail ministry. No act of Charity is foreign to the society.
With over 30 Conferences in the Windsor and Essex County region there is someone able to assist. You can call 519-253-7481 (ext. 11) and they will be able to direct you to your local conference. if you live in our area you can call the church office for emergency food help on Wednesday or Friday once every month.
Donations to our food bank are always appreciated. Every 4th Sunday of the month, the Vincentians of our parish have a “loonie, toonie” collection after mass in the narthex. This collection helps with the buying of milk, bread, meat and other items our food bank may need.
Donations are accepted at the main St. Vincent de Paul store location.
Click here for more information about the Society of St. Vincent de Paul.