The St. Vincent de Paul Society is an international, independent Catholic charity founded in 1883 by Frederick Ozanam in Paris, France. The Roseville Conference was formed in the fall of 1983. We currently provide four human service programs: Food Locker, Dining Room, Urgent Care Medical Clinic, and Thrift Store.
Our mission statement is: Working in spirit to help those in need.
Our goal is to provide the basic human necessities of food, clothing, and urgent medical care to all those in need in our community. We collaborate with other charities in south Placer County to optimize our resources to help those in need and to provide hope for a better future for all those we serve.
Our revenue sources are diverse. For fiscal year 2011-2012, the income sources were:
Private donors 30%
Thrift Store 18%
Our total expenditures for fiscal year 2011-12 equaled $498,633. The estimated value of goods and services provided for the same time period was $1,700,000.
Without the ongoing support of our community, we would not be able to continue our charitable mission. With deep appreciation of your past support, we ask prior supporters to please continue to be our partners in the good work we do. For those considering a donation or becoming a volunteer, we encourage you to call us with any questions or set up a personal tour of our facilities.
St. Vincent de Paul Society, Roseville Area Conference, Inc.
503 Giuseppe Court, Suite 8
Roseville, CA 95747