THE SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL, COUNCIL OF LOS ANGELES

The Society is an international, Catholic volunteer organization that serves the needy of any religious background free of charge. We were founded in Paris, France in 1833 by a compassionate college student, Frederic Ozanam, and for over 100 years our Vincentian volunteers have served the suffering in Southern California. We help the needy become self-sufficient by providing emotional and financial support, food, clothing, furniture, appliances, housing and by connecting the disadvantaged to helpful resources in Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties. Donations to our thrift stores make our work possible. Your financial gift or donations of household items help us help thousands of families every year. To donate clothes, furniture, appliances, or even cars call us at 1-800-974-3571.

DELIVERING SECOND CHANCES

When Mike arrived at St. Vincent de Paul’s Cardinal Manning Center (CMC) on Skid Row, he was in the midst of what he described as the worst period of his life. He was homeless, underemployed, and in debt. First his driver’s license had been revoked, then he lost his job as a commercial driver and eventually he lost his home. He was in need of a second chance. At the CMC he was given that chance. READ MORE >

CALENDAR & EVENTS

National SVdP Meeting

August 27-29, 2015

Providence, RI

 

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Society of St. Vincent De Paul, Los Angeles

210 North Avenue 21, Los Angeles CA 90031
Phone: 323-224-6287 | Fax: 323-225-4997

Donation Pickups
800-974-3571

Society of St. Vincent De Paul, Los Angeles

210 North Avenue 21, Los Angeles CA 90031
Phone: 323-224-6287 | Fax: 323-225-4997

2012 Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Council of Los Angeles