Society of Saint Vincent de Paul - National Council of Canada

  • Since 1846

     

    For many, food insecurity and isolation are not new.

     

    Our volunteers continue to provide food, shelter and hope to those at risk.

     

     

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  • Since 1846

     

     

    Celebrating our volunteers who continue to deliver food and hope to those in need.

     

    Join the response

     

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  • Since 1846

    We are all impacted, but for some, it hurts more.

     

    Our volunteers continue to provide food, shelter and hope to those at risk.

     

     

    Donate now

  • Volunteers Bring Change

     

     

     

    Josée Maltais is in charge of the food distribution at the Saint-Sacrement Conference in Quebec City. This distribution takes place every two weeks and helps more than 75 families per week.

  • National Housing Campaign

     

     

     

    The goal of this campaign is to bring about lasting improvements to the housing situation of those living in poverty, particularly those marginalized groups who have found themselves homeless or living in unsafe, insecure or unaffordable homes.

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September 22, 2021
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September 15, 2021
The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul of Canada is celebrating its 175th anniversary this year. The Notre-Dame-de-Québec Conference was founded on November 12, 1846 by Dr. Joseph Painchaud.

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The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul is a lay Catholic organization whose mission is: To live the Gospel message by serving Christ in the poor with love, respect, justice and joy. The Mission of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul implies that as Vincentians, we see Christ in anyone who suffers, come together as a family, have personal contact with the poor and help in all possible ways