For 150 years, St. Vincent de Paul - Cincinnati has been joining the hands of those in need to those that are able to help. In 2017, volunteers gave more than 45,763 hours to reach out a loving hand to a neighbor in need. The outstretched hand may hold a bag of groceries, clothing for a child, assistance with a bill, or the hand of another in prayer.
At St. Vincent de Paul, volunteers are essential to all we do. Everyone has talents and abilities that can be used to help others. Whether you are interested in working directly with our neighbors in need or would prefer behind the scenes opportunities, anyone with a caring heart is invited to join us. Our volunteers are regular people of all ages and walks of life.
Check out some options for you to get involved with St. Vincent de Paul.
Whether you want to volunteer once a week or once a year, there are a number of ways to get involved. You can volunteer with your family, school, or business, or come on your own and join the volunteer community here.
Contact Erin Nowak, Volunteer Coordinator, at enowak@SVDPcincinnati.org or 513-562-8841 ext. 211. Fill out our volunteer application here.
Looking for a more immersive volunteer experience?
Vincentian Volunteers of Cincinnati is a year-long, faith-based, residential service program for young adults looking for professional experience and spiritual growth while giving back to the Cincinnati community. Read more and apply here.
The Ozanam Center hosts retreats, immersions, and activities for participants of all ages that want to learn more about the realities of poverty.
Learn more here.
Join a Conference
The core of our Society’s work is done by more than 900 members in 59 St. Vincent de Paul Conferences across Hamilton County. A conference is a small group of volunteers, typically associated with a parish or school, who visit those in need to assess their situations and help however possible. For more information, please contact Steve Crowe at (513) 562-8841 x 234 or scrowe@SVDPcincinnati.org.