Volunteer to Help Those in Need in Your Own Neighborhood
St. Vincent de Paul (1581-1660) devoted his life to helping people struggling with poverty and hardship. Volunteers in St. Vincent de Paul Louisville’s 29 conferences (based in churches throughout the region) follow his example by fielding calls for assistance from people in need in their own communities.
We are, in fact, the No. 1 referral for all calls to the Metro’s 2-1-1 helpline.
SVDP volunteers, referred to as “Vincentians,” offer compassionate, non-judgmental support to all, as well as emergency financial assistance to help with things like rent and utility bills, and groceries. Join us in this spiritually rewarding outreach!
In addition, many of our volunteers help out in SVDP’s Food Pantry, Open Hand Kitchen and more. (See below)
Contact Donna Young, Director of Conference Affairs and Volunteer Services; (502) 301-8688.
Volunteer on the SVDP Campus
To Volunteer in the OHK, Food Pantry, or in other areas of our campus, contact Donna Young at (502) 301-8688.
Family Success Center
Volunteer in One of Our Three Thrift Stores
We always need help gathering quality, used donations for our three Thrift Stores. Besides donating items yourself, we need volunteers to help in many ways.
And our blogger Mallory Tober (left) gives you 6 Reasons to Shop Our Thrift Stores.
For more information about our stores and donating your vehicle to SVDP:
- Contact: Wanda Selph at (502) 468-8953.
- To volunteer, call Donna Young at (502) 301-8688.