“We should spend as much time in thanking God for his benefits as we do in asking him for them.”
-St. Vincent de Paul
Ways to get involved with St. VdP:
How do I know if I can receive financial assistance?
Our St. Vincent de Paul outreach can assist you if you live within our parish boundaries, which are within the confines of Nursery Road, Highland Avenue, and Ulmerton Road. You can also view a map of our parish boundaries by clicking here.
What matters can you help me with?
We commonly assist with utilities or rent. Based on our resources at the time of your call we may be able to assist with food, clothing, furniture, or medication. We also can refer you to other agencies and organizations for matters that we are unable to help you with.
We also organize an annual Thanksgiving Food Drive and Christmas Toy Drive, which will be promoted in our parish bulletin and website closer to the date.
What do I have to do in order to receive help?
Call our parish St. Vincent de Paul Society at (727) 531-7721. The St. VdP Society is operated by volunteers on Mondays-Fridays from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm, hours of caller operation may vary. After verifying that you reside within our parish boundaries, they will seek to assist you as best as they can.
Thank you for wanting to help this important outreach initiative! We invite all to give donations to the Poor Boxes in the church narthex. This provides the funds that allow us to assist the many individuals and families we serve.
Are you considering committing to serving the mission of the St. Vincent de Paul Society? Respond to telephone messages, distribute food vouchers, and issue payments for utilities or rent. Volunteers will occassionally requisition furniture or clothing from the St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store.
After receiving a training, volunteers commit to serving 2-3 hours a week at our onsite call center. Our team also gathers together for a monthly meetings. Send us an email at email@example.com to begin the process!
Direct line: 727-314-4968
Offsite St. Vincent de Paul (Soup Kitchen)
Upper Pinellas Council: 727-441-3950
Ending Poverty Through Systematic Change
The members of this Society do outreach ministry with people who live within the parish boundaries. The efforts to alleviate the economic challenges faced by some people might include assistance with utilities or rent, food, clothing, furniture, or medication. This Society organizes the annual Thanksgiving Food Drive and Christmas Toy Drive for the parish.