We are in the homes of Greater Cincinnati every day living our mission: to provide direct help to those who need it, spiritual, emotional and material. If you feel lonely, forgotten or are struggling with hunger, keeping your home, clothing your children, getting medicine...help is just one click away.
Neighbors helping neighbors is the mission of St. Vincent de Paul. Whether you give your time, talents, or make a donation, you can give a struggling family the hope and help they need.
For over 140 years, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul has compassionately cared for those in need throughout Cincinnati and Hamilton County. More than 900 volunteers deliver care directly to over 7,500 homes in their own neighborhoods, providing immediate help with pressing needs such as food, utilities and much, much more.
If you need help or want to volunteer, click "Get Help" & "Give Help". You can also stay in touch with our network by visiting one of our thrift stores/outreach centers, subscribing to our email list or newsletter, perusing our News & Events or even scheduling a donation pickup.
The need for immediate, urgent help never stops. St. Vincent de Paul's efforts run year-round with a host of seasonal drives and events, including A Celebration of Service, 'Strike Out Hunger' with the Cincinnati Reds, the Prescription Fore Fun Golf Outing, and RetroFittings. You can even host your own drive!
It takes a network to directly impact a neighborhood. Our passion marks how we make a difference: providing immediate help in the homes of those who need it most, through a coordinated effort between over 900 volunteer members, nine parishes/food pantries, nine thrift stores and our two Outreach Centers in Winton Hills and the West End.