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SVDP – Vincentian Volunteers of Cincinnati (VVC)

by | Mar 30, 2014 | Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Vincentian Family

SVDP VVCThe Society of St. Vincent de Paul – Cincinnati has an exciting year of service program called Vincentian Volunteers of Cincinnati (VVC). The program empowers young adults to become community leaders who live their faith by directly serving their neighbors in

A VVC member becomes a full-time volunteer at St. Vincent de Paul’s Outreach Center in Cincinnati and lives in an intentional community with other VVC members for 11 months.

A Vincentian Volunteer of Cincinnati will learn through new experiences by working one-on-one with people who are experiencing poverty and gaining a new understanding of their roll in the community, issues of justice and poverty, and how their faith calls them to respond.

Through the Vincentian Volunteers of Cincinnati program, young adults have the opportunity to inspire others by living their faith, grow in friendship by making lasting connections, and serve in solidarity by encountering their neighbors in need and the challenges they face. Other program benefits include:

  •  Financial education reward ($5,550) upon completion of service
  • Room and Board with other VVC Members
  • Monthly personal and phone stipends
  • Health Insurance
  • Personal and Spiritual growth
  • Professional development and Career exploration
  • Assistance in seeking Loan Deferment

    If you know any young adult who would be interested in becoming a Vincentian Volunteer of Cincinnati, please have them contact Maura Carpinello, who will be happy to answer any questions and to talk more in- depth about the different volunteer roles that are available, based on personal strengths and interests. This is the only program of its kind for the Society of St. Vincent de Paul in the U.S.

Contact: Maura Carpinello, Vincentian Volunteers of Cincinnati
513.562.8841 ext. 239


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