The Society of St. Vincent de Paul Ontario Voice of the Poor Advocacy Committee wrote a letter to the Ontario Minister of Finance.
Poverty: An Opportunity for Encounter or Exclusion? By: Marian Lamoureux North Central Region Voice of the Poor Leader...
Research, by economists Oxera, shows that the Saint Vincent de Paul Society is helping taxpayers save £11million per...
Considering Consecrated Life “Going to Galilee”
Catholic Charities USA Names Sister Donna Markham New President Photo courtesy of Catholic Charities USA First Woman Selected to Lead in Organization’s 105-year History Alexandria, Va. – The Catholic Charities USA (CCUSA) Board of Trustees announced today that Sister...
Carnegie Foundation cites 2 Vincentian Universities
“This is me”… “I am a human being.” “Everyone else had given up on me. But the Vincent dePaul Society…”
Depaul UK has won the Fair Chance Fund grant to support homeless and disadvantaged young people into housing, education and work.
Christmas gifts via Daughters of Charity Africa – The Irish Province offers the opportunity to send gifts to Kenya, Nigeria, Ghana and Burkina Faso. I
Dignity for the working poor at Christmas – Every Mom and Dad wants to give their children gifts at Christmas. For many parents the biggest hassle is fighting the crowds but for others who are classed “the working poor” or disabled it is not about special gifts but basic gifts, the necessities of life.
Tuesday, December 2, 2014, marks “Giving Tuesday.” On this day, individuals are encouraged to support their favorite charities. Please consider showing your support for the National Council Society of St. Vincent de Paul by making a donation today.
How many can say 100% goes to intended charity? The Daughters of Charity International Project Services can! Facilitating 18,000 sisters in 57 countries severely lacking resources.