The St. Vincent de Paul Society of St. Joseph County serves people living in poverty in Northern Indiana through programs intended to relieve emergencies, provide support and encourage self-sufficiency.
We are a community of volunteers, growing in faith through our person-to-person service to those in need.
We provide food, clothing, rent & utility assistance, life skills and self-sufficiency courses to residents of St. Joseph and Elkhart counties.
We believe that our greatest task is to help our neighbors in need by honoring their dignity and by teaching the skills to attain self-sufficiency.
Clothing & Household Goods Distribution
Sweet Dreams Mattress Ministry for Children
Rent & Utility Assistance
Bridges Out of Poverty:Getting Ahead Classes
Financial Foundations Courses
See the Legacy Fund Raiser presentation
It's not too early to think about adopting a family in need for Christmas.
Click the image below for information and to adopt a family.
See more about what the Society is doing to assist others during the pandemic!
Hours for walk-in food and clothing assistance at St. Vincent de Paul 520 Crescent Avenue are:
Tuesday & Thursday
10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.