Society of St. Vincent DePaul

Mission Statement

The St. Gianna Society of St. Vincent de Paul is a Christian organization, working with poor and disadvantaged people. Inspired by our principal founder, Frederic Ozanam, and our patron, St. Vincent de Paul, we seek to respond to the call every Christian receives to bring the love of Christ to those in need.

"I was hungry and you gave me food" (Matthew 25).

Meeting Times

Fourth Thursday of each month at 6:30pm in Parish Hall

Second Saturday of each month -
Go to 8:00 am Mass together
Meeting following in Conference Room

How to Contact Us

Hotline: 636-327-3639 ext. 25
Email: svdpofstgianna@gmail.com

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How Does St. Gianna Help Those In Need?

Financial Help

• Assists with utility bills (electric, gas, water/sewer)

• Assists with rent, mortgage payments

• Assists with medical issues (prescriptions, medicines, dental)

• Household Repairs, Car Repairs

• Emergency Housing Situations : provide housing for homeless families

What Can You Do To Help?

• Pray for those in need and those called to serve the poor

• Financial Donations

• Food Donations

• Clothing Donation - Donation Box located on church parking lot

• Clothing Drives - locally we have the Mary & Martha Thrift Store & St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store which benefit families served by St. Vincent de Paul
SUPPORT FROM THE COMMUNITY MAKES A TREMENDOUS DIFFERENCE TO THE NEEDS OF THE POOR IN THE WENTZVILLE, LAKE ST. LOUIS, & O’FALLON AREA.
EVERY DONATION SVDP RECEIVES IS GREATLY APPRECIATED.
If you are making a monetary donation via check, please make the check payable to:
St. Vincent de Paul

You can put your check in the collection basket or in the Poor Box located in the vestibule next to the doors
If you have small household items you can drop them in the bin in the vestibule at church or you can take them to the St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store in St. Charles located at Regency Square Shopping Center, 1069 Regency Parkway, 636-946-1700.
For large quantities or large items you can call and leave a message on the SVdP Hotline 636-327-3639 and someone will call you back.