Learn how you can volunteer for
our events, food locker, dining room,
“BAGS” delivery program or
Kollect-a-Knack Thrift Store.
You can donate your furniture, clothing and household goods to our Kollect-a Knacks and More Thrift Store. Your donations are tax deductible and help fund our programs.
See what St. Vincent de Paul Society is doing in the coming months and pledge your support. Your support helps us to continue preventing hunger and homelessness in our local community.
Every dollar that you donate goes to help Placer County families and individuals in need. It’s that simple , but we need your help.
.Our Food Locker provides food to families and individuals to supplement monthly groceries, meat, produce, dairy and other goods. Our Dining Room offers hot meals for the homeless and needy.
Our Kollect-a-Knacks & More Thrift Store has affordable
clothing and household items. We rely on the community’s
charitable donations to support our efforts.
Our urgent Medical Care Clinic helps low-income and homeless with their medical needs providing on-site medical tests, prescriptions and assistance.
The St. Vincent de Paul Food Locker partners with local grocery stores and food providers to bring meat, fresh produce and groceries to our facilities where the food is sorted for families and individuals. The Food Locker feeds up to 800 families a month who qualify for assistance.
The BAGS program delivers groceries to home bound seniors and/ or handicapped individuals.
St. Vincent de Paul Society wants you to know that—if you are in need you will not be turned away. We are here to help you! Please call to see how we can assist you.
The 2016 Golf Tournament was a great success with fun for 144 golfers.
St. Vincent de Paul Society had their Annual Volunteer Lunch last Friday, Dec. 16th, to honor all the volunteers who help us out throughout the year. Up to 200 volunteers gathered at the Food Locker to enjoy some food and conversation. Fr. Joel and Fr. Ace from St. Rose de Lima parish as well as Fr. Dillion and Fr. Bony from St. Peter and Paul parish joined in the feast. Again, we couldn’t do it without our volunteers and staff. THANK YOU!!