Give Now. You can make a difference.
It is through the involvement of the greater community that St. Vincent de Paul is able to continue serving the poor and needy of Baton Rouge through its various programs. Your continued support makes our good works possible.What good works are you most passionate about? If you'd like to join the number of Patrons of St. Vincent de Paul by contributing monetarily, or with goods or volunteer services, please see the giving options available below:
Your donation allows us to connect children, families, and individuals in need to the resources that change lives. When you give to St. Vincent de Paul, you support the programs and services that empower people in need.
St. Vincent de paul Cookbook
Taste & See - Food for the Body and Soul
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is pleased to announce the publication of their first cookbook, Taste & See, Food for the Body and Soul. This hardcover book is a collection of recipes from local cooks, with a special section containing recipes from Chef John Folse. In addition, each chapter begins with a touching short story about one of St. Vincent de Paul's special works programs.
A golden opportunity
Donate your gold, silver and platinum jewelry. Click the link below to find out more.
donate your car for a cause
St. Vincent de Paul accepts cars, trucks, boats, R.V.'s, and other recreational vehicles. Our primary need is the donation of used automobiles. Towing is free, and we can be contacted regarding vehicle gifts at (225) 383-7837 or by using the "Find Out More" option below.
Memorial and honors donation
Please use the link below to remember your loved ones. It is an appropriate way to remember those who have gone to rest in heaven. It is also a great way to honor someone for such occasions as anniversaries, weddings, birthdays, Christmas, etc. Those we love are blessings from God. There is no better way to give the gift of love than remembering the less fortunate. Your generosity will touch many of the needy.
St. Vincent de Paul is blessed with so many memorial and honor donations throughout the year. We would like to remember all those who have gone to their rest in heaven, and that have been honored and would like to thank those generous individuals for doing so in their memory.
Other ways to contribute
- St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Stores
- St. Vincent de Paul Dining Room
- Bishop Ott Shelter Program
- Myriam's House
- St. Vincent de Paul Community Pharmacy
- Estate Giving
- Gifts of Real Estate
Please use the link below to find out more information.
Volunteers play a critical role in all of our programs. Whether they are serving food, sorting clothing, stuffing envelopes, or dispensing medicine, the people who volunteer at St. Vincent de Paul are helping us serve our community's neediest citizens. There are many volunteer opportunities for individuals and groups. Click the link below to find out more about volunteering opportunities and ways to get involved!
The greatest need.
With your help, we can aid the most vulnerable members of our community. Your financial gift will benefit the various programs we use to reach out to those truly in need. Your gift could help provide hot meals to those who would otherwise go hungry, warm beds to those who would have no place to sleep, medications to those who could not afford them on their own, and uniforms that children need to attend school. Your gift helps us support many needy men, women, and children.
Individuals can give monetary contributions in the form of cash, checks, money orders and credit card donations. These contributions can be dedicated to a specific charitable program or drive. To securely submit your credit card donation, you may click the link below to submit your donation online via Google Checkout now! If you prefer to submit a donation via telephone, please contact us directly at (225) 383-7837, extension 0 (zero). Additionally, financial gifts can be mailed to the following address: Society of St. Vincent de Paul, P.O. Box 127, Baton Rouge, LA 70821. Remember that contributions to the Society, a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, are deductible for computing income and estate taxes.