We are an international, non-profit, charitable organization, which has a rich history of service to the needy of our community.

 

Our mission, through person-to-person contact, mass feeding, sheltering and other channels, encompasses every form of aid which alleviates suffering and promotes dignity and integrity. All races, creeds, colors, origins, castes, opinions and genders are served.

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November 15, 2018

Not just at Thanksgiving, but throughout the year, we hear, “Thank God for St. Vincent de Paul.” Whether we’re helping a …

November 14, 2018

Our St. Louise de Marillac Chapel project received a wonderful gift from the Irene W. and C.B. Pennington Family Foundation. …

November 9, 2018

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is delighted to partner again with WBRZ-Channel 2 and Pat’s Coats for Kids. …

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November 9, 2018

Don’t forget to give to St. Vincent de Paul on Giving Tuesday!  There are several different ways you can give to St. Vincent de Paul.  …


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St. Vincent de Paul 2018

In our nation, Thanksgiving originated as a harvest festival, a time of gratitude, and an opportunity to share nature’s bounty with family and friends.  On this day, no one went hungry.  So much has changed since that first Thanksgiving that our country would now be unrecognizable to those early settlers.

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My Bicycle Journey

Major Reginald R. Brown, Sr. has been a community hero for many years.  He is a retired East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office Deputy of 25 years and is presently the Baton Rouge City Constable.  He has received many awards throughout his career, including the Golden Deeds Award and the Southern University Trailblazer Award.  Our local Holiday Helpers was the brainchild of Constable Brown and a group of volunteers who cared about bringing our community together in a positive way….  

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Car Donation

Donate locally | We will take care of everything! 

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About St. Vincent de Paul

Find out about the mission and history of our organization.

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With your help, we can aid the most vulnerable members of our community. 

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svdp hope card

When you see someone on a street corner with a sign that says, “Homeless – Need Help,” your first instinct may be to hand them a cash donation, but we do not recommend that approach. What they all need is a safe place to stay, people who care, and a chance to get back on their feet...

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