Women who live at Roberts Hall, one of St. Vincent de Paul’s supportive housing programs, got a special treat when seven Bellarmine University coeds, led by Katie Dorminey, served dinner at the home. “Everyone had a good time,” says Kay Redfern, program manager for Roberts Hall, a dormitory-style residence for formerly homeless women. “They had salad, pasta and […]
Would you like to get involved? We rely on compassionate men, women and youth to make our work with the poor and homeless possible. Whether working on the front lines or behind the scenes, their joyful gift of service to people in need embodies our mission. Call us today!
St. Vincent de Paul will coordinate on-site clothing and furniture drives for organizations, local businesses, churches and schools wishing to support our programs. We will provide flyers and the truck for the event. To schedule an event, please contact Judy McCoy at 502.301.8676 or click here to send her an E-mail.
The Tag-A-Door program is designed to increase much needed donations for our Thrift Stores. Volunteer groups place door knockers requesting donations for our Thrift Stores in the neighborhoods of their choice. The door knocker provides each household with directions to leave donations on the door step on a designated date. Our volunteers then return on that […]
The Open Hand Kitchen relies heavily on volunteers. Every day groups of volunteers come in at lunch and at dinner to serve food to those in need who come to find a hot meal. Meals are served to anyone who comes shows up at our doors. The Open Hand Kitchen serves more than 120,000 meals […]
We are proud to host many student volunteers on our campus. Throughout the year, young volunteers and student groups help support St. Vincent de Paul through special projects such as helping the children residing on our campus with after school activities, hosting birthday parties and holding art and craft events.